Modeling runs in the Moss family. Kate’s younger sister, Charlotte, known as “Lottie,” is just beginning what the media speculates will be a very successful career.
Here’s what you need to know about the 16-year-old who is about to take the modeling world by storm.
1. She’s the Half-Sister of Kate Moss
The girls share the same father, Peter Moss.
In interviews, the starlet will not answer any questions pertaining to her sister.
However, when Vogue asked her why she became a model, she said, “Well, it kind of runs in the family. Kate was a massive part of why I started.”
2. She Was a Bridesmaid at Kate’s Wedding
Kate Mossの妹のLottie Mossめっちゃかわいい pic.twitter.com/Oqxsbi6IlB
— Fumi (@realFxx) March 9, 2014
In an interview with Teen Vogue, she said that the Stella McCartney dress she wore to her sister’s nuptials is her favorite article of clothing.
It was at that ceremony that the media started to become interested in the teen.
— wedcollectibles (@wedcollectibles) October 3, 2013
3. She’s Represented by the Same Agency as Her Sister
Wot u sayin pic.twitter.com/wElHlJVNta
— lottie (@LottieMoss) January 8, 2014
The above tweet Lottie sent out on January 8 started the buzz that she was, in fact, following in her famous sister’s career path.
She is working with Storm, based in London. The founder famously scouted a then 14-year-old Kate at John F. Kennedy airport in New York.
4. Her Celebrity Crush Is Bieber
He’s amazing. Oh, my God, I can’t even choose a favorite song!
5. She’s Serious About School
Her first modeling job was in the April issue of Vogue, modeling Alexander McQueen, Chanel and Topshop.
Although she has gotten many job offers before this year, her parents made her reject all the offers, and it seems like a smart idea.
It is apparent that the teenager is very focused on her schooling.
In the magazine, she listed her favorite subjects as history, English, and P.E.
She also has plans to attend college, and even tweeted about her application process.
College interview went so well today
— lottie (@LottieMoss) February 24, 2014