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Kate Moss shows off her timeless beauty. Courtesy of Gareth Cattermole/GettyImages

Kate Moss' iconic 90s naked dress is now up for auction. Well, it's not the actual one Moss rocked, but it's still a must-have. The supermodel, known for pioneering the heroin chic look, wore the silver lamé Liza Bruce dress to Elite Models' Look of the Year in 1993, a major style moment at a pivotal point in her career. The semi-sheer dress was captured on film, revealing Moss' undergarments for an unintentionally memorable moment captured in the headlines and thereby making history. The auction is aptly timed as sheer dresses and pant-less looks are having a major moment.

If you missed Chloë Sevigny's closet sale last year, you can bid on the replica of Moss' dress at Kerry Taylor Auctions' upcoming spring auction on April 16.

The supermodel has been in the news recently, whether she's starring in a new luxury campaign, showing off her effortlessly cool style or stirring things up with an uncanny doppelgänger. Moss, 50, is still one of the most famous names in fashion, often modeling alongside her 21-year-old daughter Lila Moss. The pair stars in Fendi's new Peekaboo campaign shot by esteemed fashion photographer Craig McDean and styled by Melanie Ward. We love a good mother-daughter moment, especially when it's a fashion power duo.

In a campaign photo and video, the mother-daughter duo wears matching rib knits and showcases a tan Peekaboo bag featuring handsewn top stitching and a twist-lock closure. The pair is the perfect choice to communicate Fendi's signature elegance and sophistication. And this isn't their first time working with the brand. The timeless beauties wore matching pale pink Fendi haute couture gowns to last year's Met Gala, which was dedicated to former Fendi and Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld.

An undeniable trendsetter, Moss just started carrying her Balenciaga Le City Bag, a style released in 2001 by Nicolas Ghesquière that both she and the Olsen twins popularized in the early aughts. The moto-style bag no doubt inspired the Le Cagole Mini bags of today. Moss brought her Le City Bag into the present day by pairing it with an oversize white fur coat and knee-high boots while walking her dog recently.

Meanwhile, a Moss lookalike shocked the internet at Paris Fashion Week. Denise Ohnona, who goes by @imnotkatemoss on Instagram, was seen walking the Marine Serre runway in a black leather jacket and oversize button-down. Fans were in a frenzy questioning if it was actually Moss.

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