A Look Back at Kate Moss’s Amazing Style

arrives at Burberry Womenswear Spring/Summer 2016 show during London Fashion Week at Kensington Gardens on September 21, 2015 in London, England.“Fashion icon” is a phrase that can often be overused. It sometimes seems like if someone ends up on a few best-dressed lists then they are automatically considered a fashion icon. Someone who truly deserves the title is Kate Moss. Her style has been a source of inspiration to many for decades. Some people may scoff and say of course she can wear clothes because she is a model, but it is so much more than that. Kate always manages to look effortless and just so downright cool. She doesn’t religiously follow trends, she creates them. And she knows exactly what she likes and wears it without caring about what the must-have shoe or silhouette is.

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Take a look at Kate Moss’s style from the 1990′s to present day:

1. Don Juan De Marco Premiere, 1995Johnny Depp and Kate Moss during "Don Juan De Marco" Beverly Hills Premiere at The Academy in Beverly Hills, California, United States. (Photo by Barry King/WireImage)

Weren’t Kate and Johnny Depp one of the most perfect couples of the 1990′s? This strapless white dress makes you want to swap your LBD for a LWD. She might also be the first person in history to convince us to wear a shawl.

2. Kate Moss Photo Exhibit, 1998Kate Moss (Photo by Rose Hartman/WireImage)

If you didn’t look at the date, you could think that this picture was from 2016. Kate’s black dress with cutouts details could easily be worn on the red carpet today and it would look totally modern. This look was about 14 years ahead of everyone else.

3. Apocalypse Now Cannes Premiere, 2001Kate Moss (Photo by Tony Barson/WireImage)

Remember when Kate had short hair? The Edie Sedgwick inspiration is evident but it doesn’t look like like Kate is playing dress up. Kate also earns points for rocking a heavy coat like that on the Cannes red carpet where everyone else is in chiffon dresses.

4. Mario Testino Exhibition, 2002LONDON - JANUARY 30:  Kate Moss attends the Mario Testino Exhibition at The National Portrait Gallery on January 30, 2002 in London. (Photo by Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Here’s more proof that Kate was onto the cutouts trend long before everyone else. Furthermore, she also did the jacket-draped-over-the-shoulders look 13 years before every street style star was doing it.

5. Another Magazine Dinner Party, 2003Kate Moss (Photo by James Devaney/WireImage)

This yellow dress has to be one of Kate’s most iconic looks. Even if you don’t like yellow, you loved this dress. You probably tried to find something similar to wear to a wedding or school dance.

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