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Kate Moss Throws Iris Law a Catwalk Birthday Party

Modeling After Others Mamas: Do You Fear Influences?

If Lila Hack wasn't born crawling with a swagger, she is sure to learn it just by watching her mum. Model mother Kate Moss threw her godchild, 9-year-old Iris Law (daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost), the soiree of her dreams — a catwalk party. A well-known woman in the fashion world, the leggy Top Shop designer brought gobs of clothes, hairdressers, and makeup galore for the little darling and her pals, which happened to include her own 7-year-old daughter Lila Hack. Done up to the nines, it was then time for the youngsters to learn how to strut their stuff. While it may sound fun and fancy, one might wonder what kind of influence it has on the impressionable youths. One source said:

All of the girls at the bash wanted to be Kate. She brought along lots of clothes for them and the girls had their hair and make-up done especially. . . . Kate also presided over all of the accessories to make them look as catwalk-ready as possible. She was teaching them how to master her famous hip swagger and her "I don’t care look."

My hang-up? I always want my child to care. Would you allow your tot to attend a model party?

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MuppetsForDinner MuppetsForDinner 6 years
Yes. This party sounds like a once-in-a-lifetime! I'm sure the "I don't care" look was said jokingly... obviously she cares. Get over yourselves, people. I'm a big believer in sheltering kids will lead to acting out later on. Wouldn't this party be a good time to start a discussion with your child rather than hide the fact that vanity and materialism exist?
runningesq runningesq 6 years
MY hang up? She's a freaking COKEHEAD !
Kimpossible Kimpossible 6 years
No, I would not. When my youngest was in Kindergarten she was invited to a birthday party where some cheer team was going to be performing. Not athletic cheer team, but boobs hanging out, moves way too sexy for a 5 year olds party type cheer team. We didn't go to that party either.
GMarie GMarie 6 years
Eeeeehhhhhhh....I don't know. That's such an impressionable age. On the one hand, it could be a totally innocent, fun thing. On the other, the girls could form opinions about one another, about what's "sexy" (which shouldn't be a concern at that age), and about bodies in general. Maybe she was really encouraging and told them all kinds of bodies are beautiful and that confidence is attractive?
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