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British Awards 2019: Lottie Moss turns heads on the red carpet in a quirky black tulle gown complete with buttoned-up waistcoat

By Harry Howard For Mailonline

Published: 01:55 GMT, 3 December 2019 | Updated: 01:56 GMT, 3 December 2019

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She is a successful model and the younger sister of icon Kate Moss.

And Lottie Moss proved to be a match for Kate in the department as she stepped out on Monday at the Royal Albert Hall for the British Awards.

The blonde , 21, dared to stand out from the crowd in her eccentric all-black tulle gown which featured a buttoned-up waistcoat.

Star: Lottie Moss, 21, proved to be a match for sister Kate Moss, 45, in the fashion department as she stepped out on Monday at the Royal Albert Hall for the British Fashion Awards

Star: Lottie Moss, 21, proved to be a match for sister Kate Moss, 45, in the department as she stepped out on Monday at the Royal Albert Hall for the British Awards

The full-length outfit boasted a puffed trailing skirt, while the waistcoat emphasised Lottie's busty frame.

Posing with her hand on her hip, the model showed why she is a rising star on the catwalk as she oozed confidence with her look. 

The glamour icon's blonde tresses were slicked back into a ponytail, while her blue eyes stood out with a touch of make-up.   

Buttoned-up: The blonde beauty opted for an all-black Victorian-inspired gown which was less revealing than the star's usual clothing choices

Buttoned-up: The blonde opted for an all-black Victorian-inspired gown which was less revealing than the star's usual clothing choices

Lots going on: The full-length outfit boasted a puffed trailing skirt and buttoned-up waistcoat which emphasised Lottie's busty frame

Lots going on: The full-length outfit boasted a puffed trailing skirt and buttoned-up waistcoat which emphasised Lottie's busty frame

The Awards 2019 recognises creativity and innovation in , celebrating exceptional individuals whose imagination and creativity have broken new ground in globally over the past 12 months as well as the brands and businesses that have transformed the possibilities of today. 

Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta was a big winner on the night, scooping  Designer Of The Year, Brand Of The Year and British Designer Of The Year Womenswear.

Adut Akech beat Winnie Harlow and Kaia Gerber to Best Model Of The Year, while won the Urban Luxe Award.  

Confident: Posing with her hand on her hip, the model showed why she is a rising star on the catwalk as she oozed confidence with her look

Confident: Posing with her hand on her hip, the model showed why she is a rising star on the catwalk as she oozed confidence with her look

And Kate's supermodel friend Naomi Campbell was awarded with the Icon accolade.  

Lottie's glamorous night celebrating all things comes after the model recently spoke to the Mail On Sunday's You magazine about how just how un-Gen Z – the generation known for shunning booze and big nights out – she can be. 

'I have friends who ask me if I went out last night like it’s a bad thing,’ she said. 'So I’ll say, “Yes, I had a few drinks and I went to bed at three.”

'And because everyone’s supposed to

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