Kate Moss and Daughter Lila Grace, Plus Charlie XCX Hit the Front Row at Topshop

At Topshop’s spring ’18 show in London this afternoon, a flurry of celebs, from supermodels and singers, hit the front row.

After sitting front row at Burberry yesterday, Kate Moss brought daughter Lila Grace and a friend to take in the latest collection from the high street brand.

While the iconic model donned a black belted jumpsuit and tan boots accessorized with a Saint Laurent handbag and cat-eye sunglasses, the 14-year-old opted for plaid pants, black creeper sneakers, and a black leather bomber jacket.

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Kate Moss with daughter Lila Grace and a friend.
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The 43-year-old sat next to British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, who was appointed the fashion director a i-D magazine at the age of 18.

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Kate Moss, Edward Enninful and Lila Grace.
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Meanwhile, “Boys” singer, Charlie XCX also made an appearance at the show, donning a neon green knit sweater teamed with embellished jeans and sky-high patent platform ankle boots.

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Charlie XCX at Topshop spring ’18.
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After hitting the Versus Versace show, FKA Twigs headed to Topshop in an oversized burgundy coat with black lace-up boots.

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FKA Twigs.
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For more celebs sitting front row at Topshop spring ’18, check out the gallery ahead.

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