She may no longer be the darling of high street fashion, but Kate Moss
clearly can still pull a crowd.
A month after ending her partnership with Topshop, the supermodel once again attracted the kinds of crowds we witnessed when her clothing line for the retail giant first debuted in 2007.
The 36-year-old made an appearance at the Boots store on London's Oxford Street to launch her perfume Vintage Muse.
Kate arrived at the store at 12.30 to greet fans and sign bottles of the new fragrance.
Dressed in head to toe black in jeans, a T-shirt and a cropped Chanel jacket, the blonde beauty looked remarkably refreshed and radiant.
The mother-of-one has been keeping a relatively low profile of late, with notably no incidents of stumbling out of clubs, which is perhaps the reason behind her return to form.
In keeping with the name of the new fragrance - a follow up to her last offering Vintage, Kate and some of Storm modelling agency team kept an eye out of in the crowd for the best vintage outfit.
The winner was to receive ?500 of shopping vouchers and a photo with the woman of the hour.
Vintage Muse, her fourth collaboration with Coty, is described as 'A beautifully elegant yet sexy fragrance that reflects Kate’s muti-faceted charm.'
'A floral musk; the notes include plum, rhubarb, blackcurrant cream, peony, violet, tiger orchid, white musk, ambergris and chocolate.'
The bottle is inspired by Kate's love of the 1920s and 1930s, in an amethyst-tinted antique style bottle.
While her fans can now smell just like Kate, they can no longer easily emulate her fashion style since she and Topshop went their separate ways.
The end of their three-year collaboration comes as Kate was named the best dressed woman of the decade by Vogue.
In a supplement, the magazine has named 11 of the world's most sartorially stylish celebrities.
Vogue style director Alexandra Kotur said: 'At every moment Kate Moss has looked chic and cool.
‘No one has had more influence for the past decade on the way women have dressed than Kate Moss.'
Elsewhere Lady Gaga was named as most ‘visionary’ for her astonishing array of bizarre outfits, whilst First Lady Michelle Obama was named the most independent.
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