Fans rush to defend Kate Moss after new photos of the model are shared online

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By stefan armitage

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Kate Moss fans have rushed to the supermodel's defense after new photos of the star have been shared online.

The 49-year-old supermodel's beauty and legacy in the modeling world is indisputable. The London-born model burst onto the scene in the early 1990s. Discovered at age 14, her striking aesthetic became the face of the grunge movement, contrasting sharply with the voluptuous supermodels of the time.

She has since gone on to grace the covers of over 300 magazines, including Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, and has been the ambassador for luxury brands ranging from Chanel to Gucci. Her cultural impact also extends well beyond fashion, appearing in art forms like paintings and music videos over her 25-year career.

However, despite being recognized as one of the most stunning supermodels to ever walk a runway, Moss recently made headlines in some publications following a recent appearance in public.

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Lila Moss and Kate Moss this year's Met Gala. Credit: Jeff Kravitz / Getty

For example, the New York Post published a story highlighting how Moss looks "unrecognizable" in the new pics.

The reason for Moss' "unrecognizable" appearance? She's aged.

Yes, just like everybody else, Kate Moss is unable to freeze time and stay 24 years old forever. Fortunately, this is something her fans are very aware of, and they have since flooded social media platforms with support for the model.

"It’s called aging, pretty sure it happens to everyone," one supporter wrote, with another adding: "I mean she looks older than when she was 23 yeah."

This sentiment was echoed by another X (formerly known as Twitter) user, who typed: "I mean, she’s a lot older than before. What do people expect?"

"Yea it’s called life and getting older. All you youngsters will figure it out," added a fourth.

Other social media users also voiced concerns about the message these sorts of articles send to younger generations, with one person sarcastically tweeting: "Yes, show the young ladies on the internet how pretty doesn't last! Good on you."

And despite fans having her back, there's no question that Kate Moss can still drop jaws and steal a show.

On Thursday (September 14), the supermodel opened the show at the special Vogue World event in London. Moss then made a stunning entrance in a custom Maison Margiela ensemble as Hongni Wu - a rising star at the Royal Opera House - took center stage to deliver a poignant performance of 'When I Am Laid In Earth' from Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas.

Moss eventually joined Wu on stage, revealing her dress in all its ethereal glory—a memorable piece that captured the essence of the evening's sentiment.

Featured image credit: redit: Kevin Mazur/MG23  / Getty

Fans rush to defend Kate Moss after new photos of the model are shared online

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By stefan armitage

Article saved!Article saved!

Kate Moss fans have rushed to the supermodel's defense after new photos of the star have been shared online.

The 49-year-old supermodel's beauty and legacy in the modeling world is indisputable. The London-born model burst onto the scene in the early 1990s. Discovered at age 14, her striking aesthetic became the face of the grunge movement, contrasting sharply with the voluptuous supermodels of the time.

She has since gone on to grace the covers of over 300 magazines, including Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, and has been the ambassador for luxury brands ranging from Chanel to Gucci. Her cultural impact also extends well beyond fashion, appearing in art forms like paintings and music videos over her 25-year career.

However, despite being recognized as one of the most stunning supermodels to ever walk a runway, Moss recently made headlines in some publications following a recent appearance in public.

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Lila Moss and Kate Moss this year's Met Gala. Credit: Jeff Kravitz / Getty

For example, the New York Post published a story highlighting how Moss looks "unrecognizable" in the new pics.

The reason for Moss' "unrecognizable" appearance? She's aged.

Yes, just like everybody else, Kate Moss is unable to freeze time and stay 24 years old forever. Fortunately, this is something her fans are very aware of, and they have since flooded social media platforms with support for the model.

"It’s called aging, pretty sure it happens to everyone," one supporter wrote, with another adding: "I mean she looks older than when she was 23 yeah."

This sentiment was echoed by another X (formerly known as Twitter) user, who typed: "I mean, she’s a lot older than before. What do people expect?"

"Yea it’s called life and getting older. All you youngsters will figure it out," added a fourth.

Other social media users also voiced concerns about the message these sorts of articles send to younger generations, with one person sarcastically tweeting: "Yes, show the young ladies on the internet how pretty doesn't last! Good on you."

And despite fans having her back, there's no question that Kate Moss can still drop jaws and steal a show.

On Thursday (September 14), the supermodel opened the show at the special Vogue World event in London. Moss then made a stunning entrance in a custom Maison Margiela ensemble as Hongni Wu - a rising star at the Royal Opera House - took center stage to deliver a poignant performance of 'When I Am Laid In Earth' from Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas.

Moss eventually joined Wu on stage, revealing her dress in all its ethereal glory—a memorable piece that captured the essence of the evening's sentiment.

Featured image credit: redit: Kevin Mazur/MG23  / Getty