Leila Moss looked as stunning as ever as she stepped out for her mother Kate’s star-studded party at Apollo’s Mews in London on Friday night.
The model, 20, made sure to turn heads as she stepped out for an event celebrating the one-year anniversary of Kate Moss’ wellness brand Cosmas.
For the event, Leela wore leather look shorts and a sheer top, topped with a black bra.
She draped a smart blazer over her shoulders and added a few extra inches in a pair of pointed black heels, then changed into chunky black boots.
Leela was also in a happy mood as she carried her essentials in a small black handbag and flashed a big smile as she arrived at her mother’s event.
She showed her support for her supermodel mum Kate as she looked stunning in a stylish white halter-neck dress at her party.
The event, which came in the middle of London Fashion Week, was a star-studded affair, including the likes of Jared Leto and model Stella Maxwell.
Kate celebrated the one-year anniversary of her health and lifestyle brand Cosmas.
She confirmed the brand’s launch last August with a video of herself swimming completely nude, as she promised to 'open the door’ to 'balance, restoration and love’.
The supermodel, who currently lives in the Cotswolds, said the brand was 'self-care made for life’s modern journeys’ when it launched on September 1, 2022.
Kate has been compared to the British version of Gwyneth Paltrow’s American business coup as she becomes the latest celebrity to jump into the wellness market.
Kate’s beauty products, made with 'powerful, natural ingredients’, are divided into three daily rituals that are said to 'balance the body and soul with the natural environment and circadian cycles’.
The website describes these rituals as helping us 'tune in to the rhythms of nature, help us find inner peace and self-fulfillment, and open a door to balance, restoration and love.’
The full three rituals cost more than £400, while the popular Golden Nectar Serum – a plant resin produced on the Greek island of Chios, containing the 'legendary’ tears of Chios – costs £105 alone.
The dawn ritual, which infuses the body with 'positive energy’, costs a total of £287 and includes a £21 antioxidant 'tan tea’, a £52 cleanser and a £95 anti-ageing face cream.
It’s finished with the £120 Secret Mist Eau de Parfum, which surrounds you with its hypnotic yet elemental scent to 'provide a sense of inner peace’.
During the day, Kate advises applying her 'moodboosting’ fragrance again, followed by Golden Nectar Serum – a CBD-infused 'ultimate antioxidant oil’.
With an eye-watering price tag of only 30 ml, it is described as 'a daily indulgence that takes care of your skin, body, mind and soul’.
Her third and final twilight ritual includes a £20 Calming Evening Tea, once again a £52 cleanser, Golden Nectar Oil and a £95 day and night face cream.
Along with her skin care and tea line, Kate is said to be using her wellness brand to sell healthy food and minerals.
Earlier this month, the Daily Mail revealed that Kate had won a legal battle with a pharmaceutical company over her brand, Cosmas.
He has trademarked Cosmas for ranges such as herbal preparations for medicinal purposes, and his latest venture dietary and mineral supplements.
’Kate has huge ambitions for the Cosmos brand,’ Richard Eden of the Daily Mail was told at the time.
Kate applied to the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) last year to trademark Cosmos for applications ranging from aromatherapy candles, vitamin supplements and teas to magazines, videos and home decor products, but Danish company Pharmacosmos opposed her application.
The company, which manufactures products for people with iron deficiency, has been in business for over 50 years.
The reason for its objection was given as 'likelihood of confusion’, but the opposition to the CAT application was dropped, it was revealed earlier this month.
An update to the IPO filing shows Cosmas no longer plans to trademark products to treat iron deficiency, meaning there will be no conflict with the Danish company.
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