As you may expect, Kate Moss doesn't do the novelty Christmas thing. Last night she attended a Roc Nation Christmas bash and side-stepped reindeer jumpers and twinkly cocktail dresses. Instead channelled one of her music idols, Debbie Harry. Mossy wore a fringed black and blonde wig, with a Bella Freud jumper, skinny jeans, over the knee boots and a leopard coat. The wig might be a tad Cruella, but it's also the same skunk 'do Blondie rocked on the 1978 Parallel Lines album cover.
This isn't the first time that Kate Moss has done a Debbie. After an extensive Google search it looks like Blondie is a constant source of style-spiration for Moss. On one of her many i-D covers Kate sported a choppy platinum bob, wearing all black everything and a touch of leopard. Then one of her Topshop campaigns was inspired by Debs, as she copied her 'do and wore Blondie staples such as a leather jacket, leopard, fringed kimono jackets, waistcoats and over-the-knee boots.
Kate Moss and Debbie Harry in 2004 [Rex]
You might think that Kate Moss invented the festival look of denim cut-offs, a black waistcoat and a studded belt, but this look is all Debbie. Yup, these two blondies have more than razor-sharp cheekbones in common. Kate has been fan-girling over Debs for a while, as back in 2004 Kate attended the book launch of 'Picture This: Debbie Harry and Blondie' over in New York and happily pouted for pictures with the singer.
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Mossy wasn't the only one playing dress up this weeLogoutkend, as Harry Styles did his very best Keith Richards impression when he sang about Addison Lees with One Direction on the X Factor. Hazza went for the old rocker look in a black unbottoned shirt (with his tattoos peeking out), his trusty bandana holding down his unruly quiff and a cross dangling from one ear.
It looks like Mr Styles has been studying the Stones on YouTube as he also pulled some impressive Mick Jagger faces. We talked to Hazza at the British Fashion Awards before he picked up his style icon gong, about his trusty headband and signature style. He was oh so modest about the style icon tag, as he said 'I only own two pairs of jeans!'
See Kate Moss's best Debbie Harry impressions in the gallery above...