Kate Moss and Look-Alike Daughter Lila Command the Catwalk in Stylish Vogue World Appearance

Kate opened the show in dramatic fashion while Lila took her turn on the catwalk during Annie Lennox's performance

<p>Marc Brenner / Vogue</p>

Marc Brenner / Vogue

Vogue World: London was a family affair for Kate Moss and her mini me Lila Grace Moss Hack.

The model mom and daughter both had their moment to shine during the fashionable night at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Thursday night.

Kate, 49, opened the show in completely dramatic fashion, starting from backstage before doing an interpretive dance while Hongni Wu performed "Dido's Lament." She then made her grand entrance, coming down the runway to greet the musician, eventually talking her famous strut into the audience.

At the tail end of the show, while Annie Lennox performed "Sweet Dreams," Lila took her turn on the catwalk dressed like she stepped out of My Fair Lady. Clad in a floor-length white dress and oversize hat, the 20-year-old walked the stage while surrounded by models and performers alike.

Lennox's performance, and the show as a whole, came to a celebratory conclusion as Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista took to the runway hand in hand for a sensational supermodel reunion. The iconic supers of the '90s walked while everyone in the room cheered.

They didn't keep their strut to the runway, though — they walked through the room before returning to the stage to accept bouquets of roses and more cheers as all the performers came back out to the stage.

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Kate and Lila love a mother-daughter fashion moment — they also attended this year's Met Gala together in matching looks. Both wore baby pink dresses by Fendi, Kate in a bespoke lace slip dress with detachable georgette sleeves designed by Kim Jones for the Italian fashion house and Lila in a fluffy gown (covered in feathers to give off the illusion of fur) that showed off a bit of her midriff courtesy of the transparent silk bodice. Lila's look, from Fendi's Fall/Winter 2018 collection, was designed by the late Karl Lagerfeld, the evening's honoree.

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Vogue World, held for the second year in a row, is an event in celebration of fashion and the arts. The philanthropic event will benefit performing arts organizations including the National Theatre, the Royal Opera House, South Bank Sinfonia and the Rambert dance company.

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