by Rachel Ogbu

Married or not, supermodel Kate Moss still likes nothing better than a good party.

The beauty hosted a star-studded bash to celebrate the launch of her new book on Thursday night with a lot of famous friends in attendance to help celebrate.

The model’s autobiography ‘Kate: The Kate Moss Book’ lifts the lid on her illustrious career and she talks about the label ‘heroin chic’, saying she never even tried the drug. Moss has never talked about her personal life in such a way before.

Moss shone in a plunging gold dress that boasted pleated detail and mesh panels around the seams. The front of the garment also had a knotted detail with tassels draping down her front and she accessorised with a gold cuff around her left wrist and she had a small black clutch bag draped over her shoulder as she arrived at 50 St James.

Her hair was teased into messy curls and she had heavily lined eyes and highlighted cheeks, in keeping with her dress. The mother-of-one enjoyed an excellent turnout to the bash and guests had certainly made an effort to keep up with their glamorous host. Florence Welch and designer Stella McCartney both made fashionable entrances at the bash.

The singer opted for a white and beige dress while Stella stuck to a pyjama-style jumpsuit. Boy George, Jamie Winstone and Alison Mosshart were also party of the party.

The bar was lined with bottles upon bottles of Ciroc vodka ready to be enjoyed by the troops. Earlier in the evening stylish Moss had showed off her trim frame in a leopard print dress as she attended the Bookmarc, Marc by Marc shop in Mayfair.

And who else would she wear to the event other than Marc Jacobs, the designer behind the new outlet.
Her long sleeve boat neck dress is from the Spring 2013 collection and costs a cool £1,500.

 

Holding hands with husband Jamie Hince
She was also joined by Boy George at the party
Kate was joined inside by Topshop boss Sir Philip Green
Designer Stella McCartney
Singer Florence Welch
Kate Moss wore a tight leopard print dress for a book singing