"Teen Vogue is my first proper job!" Lottie Moss proudly tells the publication in her first glossy spread. It's true, TV wins the title of being the first magazine to feature Kate Moss' step-sister.
Since inevitably being discovered at Kate's wedding, the young Moss has been balancing her studies with being a budding fashion muse. She tells Teen Vogue that her parents wouldn't allow her to pursue modeling until this year. TV's Jane Keltner de Valle suggests that they might've learned from previous experience. Either way, little Moss has generated enough buzz, since being signed to the same agency as Kate, that this shoot is likely the beginning of a healthy career (after school, that is).
Modeling, however, isn't her end goal. She confesses her 5-foot-5 frame probably won't land her any runway gigs, which is fine because she would actually love to be an editor. She casually mentions how keen she is to work for Teen Vogue. Hey, sometimes you just have to get your
resumé photo spread on the right desk. And, with blood ties to a fashion icon, Moss would look right at home on the masthead. (Teen Vogue)