Kate Moss Pays Tribute To Alexander McQueen, Recreating Iconic Dance From 2004

Kate Moss Pays Tribute To McQueen, Dancing At 'Savage Beauty'

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by Emma Spedding |
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Kate Moss at Savage Beauty, left, and at the 'Black Show' in 2004
Kate Moss at Savage Beauty, left, and at the 'Black Show' in 2004

Last night to honour the opening of the 'Savage Beauty: Alexander McQueen' exhibition stars spent a night at the museum. Victoria and David Beckham, Cressida Bonas, Naomi Campbell, Princess Beatrice, FKA Twiggs and Kate Moss all came together to celebrate McQueen and his work at a private dinner inside the V&A.

Kate Moss is perhaps the star of the exhibition - the 3D hologram of Kate dancing in a rippling organza gown is arguably the most impressive part of the exhibition. That wasn't the only time Kate danced for McQueen, as in the 'Black Show' in June 2004 she twirled barefoot with chereographer Michael Clark in a skull print spaghetti-strap McQueen gown.


In a tribute to the late designer, Kate kicked off her shoes recreated that moment at the Savage Beauty dinner. Kate performed a routine on stage with the Michael Clarke dance troupe (who were wearing McQueen's iconic 'bumster' trousers). Kate wore the very same black skull McQueen dress as she did in 2004.

Watch the moment below...

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