Tue, March 17, 2009
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Braless Kate Moss suffers wardrobe malfunction

2009-03-17 10:09:38 GMT2009-03-17 18:09:38 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Kate Moss suffers a wardrobe malfunction as she leaves Sir Philip Green's birthday party last night

Kate arrives at the bash in London's Mayfair

Kate wore the same outfit earlier in the day at a Yves Saint-Laurent photo-shoot in Paris

Kate was helping her friend Sir Philip celebrate his 57th birthday

Kate Moss is widely regarded as one of the best dressed women on the planet.

But while the slightest change in her style is usually copied by millions of women around the world, the supermodel's latest look is unlikely to prove so influential.

Kate attended Sir Philip Green's 57th birthday party last night wearing very little and leaving nothing to the imagination.

Dressed in a black tuxedo with leather lapels over a low-cut dress slashed to the navel, a braless Kate showed off her assets as she left the party at Annabel's Club in Mayfair.

She was wearing the same Yves Saint-Laurent outfit she'd modelled earlier in the day at a photo-shoot in Paris.

Kate held a pink rose as she posed on a statue in the French capital's historic Place de la Concorde.

No doubt tired from her jet-set lifestyle, Kate was nonetheless more guarded when she arrived at Sir Philip's party.

Clutching a couple of presents for the Topshop entrepreneur, she briskly entered the event.

But it was when she left a few hours later at 2am this morning that Kate revealed more to the photographers assembled outside.

The incident marked her third clothing mishap in a week.

Last Thursday, Kate and boyfriend Jamie Hince were out in Paris dressed in colour coordinated grey outfits. The couple attended the Fendi after-party help in VIP Room nightclub.

A day earlier the risquémodel had raised eyebrows with a choice of outfit that was more suitable for a convent than the catwalk.

Again accompanied by Jamie, she wore a long, black dress that left everything to the imagination as she left the city's Ritz hotel. Mail Online reported.

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