Lottie Moss reveals serious sideboob in a barely-there nude mesh dress as she puts on a VERY daring display at Julien MacDonald's London Fashion Week show

She was on the front row to support designer Julien MacDonald at his Julien X Gabriela Spring/Summer 2020 fashion show.

And Lottie Moss certainly turned heads with her daring dress, ensuring she was the talk of the town during London Fashion Week in a revealing mesh number.

The 21-year-old star, who is signed to the same Storm modelling agency as her big sister Kate Moss, made jaws drop when she arrived at the exclusive presentation, hosted at Southwark Cathedral on Monday night.

Dressed to kill: Lottie Moss turned heads at the Julien MacDonald Spring/Summer 2020 fashion show, ensuring she was the talk of the town during London Fashion Week in a revealing mesh number

Dressed to kill: Lottie Moss turned heads at the Julien MacDonald Spring/Summer 2020 fashion show, ensuring she was the talk of the town during London Fashion Week in a revealing mesh number

Lottie left little to the imagination in her nude mesh number, showing off a liberal amount of cleavage in the skimpy material.

The starlet's frock just about covered her modesty thanks to strategically placed central panels on the front and back.

The blonde flashed her beige underwear in her dramatic dress, which was held together by delicate silver chains running down the hips.

Revealing: The seriously skimpy garment just about managed to cover her modesty

Revealing: The seriously skimpy garment just about managed to cover her modesty 

Revealing: The model was showing off a liberal amount of cleavage in the skimpy material
Daring: Lottie left little to the imagination in her nude mesh number

Daring: Lottie left little to the imagination in her nude mesh number, showing off a liberal amount of cleavage in the skimpy material

Making a statement: The starlet's frock boasted strategically placed central panels on the front and back

Making a statement: The starlet's frock boasted strategically placed central panels on the front and back 

Dazzle like Lottie wearing a Julien Macdonald dress

Famous faces flocked to the Julien Macdonald SS20 fashion show this week. The stellar guest list included Kimberley Garner, Melissa Odabash, Katie Piper and many more.

One attendee who made a stand out statement was Lottie Moss, but then we expect nothing less from the model. She rocked up in this gorgeous maxi dress which recreates the designer’s famous knitted pieces only this time with a lot of sequins. The semi-sheer dress is decorated on the sides with Julien's signature chain detailing for a flattering finish.

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She added a pair of gold stilettos and wore her hair pulled back in a high ponytail with a slicked down side fringe.

Lottie enhanced her pretty features thanks to a matte make-up base, a nude lip and a kohl-rimmed eyed.

Inside the venue, Lottie and her fellow VIPs were treated to an exclusive CÎROC bar backstage, which stocked designer Julien's favourite cocktails. 

Meanwhile, Lottie 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.

Dazzling: The blonde flashed her beige underwear in her dramatic dress, which was held together by delicate silver chains running down the hips

Dazzling: The blonde flashed her beige underwear in her dramatic dress, which was held together by delicate silver chains running down the hips

Gorgeous: She added a pair of gold stilettos and wore her hair pulled back in a high ponytail with a slicked down side fringe

Gorgeous: She added a pair of gold stilettos and wore her hair pulled back in a high ponytail with a slicked down side fringe

'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 be so healthy these days, they’re like, “Oh my God, I bet you feel so rubbish now!” But do you know what?

'These are the same people who write “6AM!” on their Instagram posts so you know what time they went to the gym. Bore off.’

Party girl: The star 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
She laughed: '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"

Party girl: The star 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

Lottie also touched upon her similarities with big sister Kate, who at 24 years her senior has recently turned over a new leaf since her 90s party days.

‘My sister never apologised for any of what she did and when she went out in the 90s, it looked jokes!', she said.

'The party was where you wanted to be. It was considered a good thing to have fun, but now I feel as though people demonise it.

'All the stuff my sister used to do in the day, she’d definitely have to apologise for now. Oh my God, it would be a PR disaster.'

Just like Kate: 'The party was where you wanted to be. It was considered a good thing to have fun, but now I feel as though people demonise it', she said of her big sister's partying heyday

Just like Kate: 'The party was where you wanted to be. It was considered a good thing to have fun, but now I feel as though people demonise it', she said of her big sister's partying heyday

Lottie Moss reveals sideboob in daring dress at Julien MacDonald LFW show

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