Kate Moss Rewears 1993 Jacket for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
On Sunday, Kate Moss attended Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in London.
The supermodel wore a jacket designed by John Galliano that looked like the British flag.
Moss previously wore the jacket during the designer’s Paris fashion show in 1993.
Kate Moss celebrated the final day of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee in style.
Moss, along with other famous English stars like Naomi Campbell, attended the Platinum Jubilee pageant on Sunday in a double-decker bus celebrating the 1990s. It was part of a group of buses that each represented different decades of the Queen’s reign.
Moss attended the celebration in a jacket designed by John Galliano that looked like the British flag. She paired it with a black maxi dress and red Vivienne Westwood heels.
Moss first wore the jacket when she modeled it in Galliano’s spring 1993 collection fashion show. Vogue shared photos of the supermodel wearing the designer piece on the runway.
According to Vogue, at the time, Galliano was known for having the models in his shows wear clothes from his own personal collection. The image below shows Galliano wearing the jacket before Moss put it on to walk in the fashion show.
Moss wasn’t the only one to rewear a piece of clothing during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Kate Middleton attended the Trooping the Colour parade in a recycled outfit.
Middleton wore an Alexander McQueen blazer dress that she first debuted at the G7 summit in 2021.
The Duchess of Cambridge also wore Princess Diana’s sapphire earrings with the outfit. The double-drop sapphire and diamond earrings were worn on several occasions by Princess Diana, including at the Met Gala in 1996 and during her iconic dance with John Travolta at the White House in 1985. The earrings match the sapphire engagement ring that Prince William proposed to Middleton with, which also belonged to Diana.
Representatives for Moss did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.