Kate and Lila Moss pose for Warhol inspired Hilfiger campaign

Kate Moss, 48, adopts a preppy-style as she stars with lookalike daughter Lila, 19, for Andy Warhol-inspired fashion campaign for Tommy Hilfiger in New York

Kate Moss has joined forces with her lookalike daughter Lila Moss for a new Andy Warhol-inspired fashion campaign for Tommy Hilfiger.

Supermodel Kate, 48, looked incredible in the new campaign wearing a couple of preppy looks including a blue belted coat with fishnets and over-the-knee boots. In another shot, she wore  cream trousers with a shirt and tie and a belted brown cardigan. 

Lila, 19, wore a monogrammed ‘TH’ brown jumper dress with a matching beanie hat and fishnet tight as she showcased the collection.


Dressed to impress: Kate Moss, 48, (left) adopted a preppy-style as she starred with lookalike daughter Lila, 19, (right) for an Andy Warhol-inspired fashion campaign for Tommy Hilfiger in New York in pictures released on Thursday 

The fashionable mother-daughter duo appeared alongside drummer Travis Barker in the fall 2022 promo Soo Joo Park, Georgia Palmer, Jon Batiste, Anthony Ramos, Lady Bunny, Steve Wiebe, and others also feature.

The look was inspired by pop artist Warhol’s famous Factory in New York City.

The fashion house said: ‘We’ve taken the spirit of Andy Warhol’s famed Factory and reimagined it in red, white and blue colliding people and perspectives to spark new creativity,’ the brand said. 

Close: Hilfiger and the late Warhol were friends and Tommy and decades on, Warhol is still one of Hilfiger’s style icons, saying: ‘He dressed very preppy sometimes, little button-down shirts and striped ties’ – Kate channels the look in the new campaign

Tommy said of Warhol: ‘He really was the first person I ever met who understood pop culture better than anyone else. Not just art but fame – fashion, art, music, entertainment’ – Kate and Lila pictured in looks from the collection alongside Travis Barker 

Kate and Lila posed for a series of fun photobooth shots together, poking their tongues out and cuddling up to one another for the fun images. 

The main pictures were shot by Craig McDean for Tommy Hilfiger in the Bronx.

Artist Warhol, who famously said: ‘In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes,’ died in 1987.

Hilfiger and Warhol were friends and Tommy said the artist was an early influence on his work. The pair met when Hilfiger moved to New York and became a visitor to the Factory. 

Tommy previously told The Guardian: ‘He really was the first person I ever met who understood pop culture better than anyone else. Not just art but fame – fashion, art, music, entertainment.

Decades on, Warhol is still one of his style icons: ‘He dressed very preppy sometimes, little button-down shirts and striped ties.’

She wears it well: Lila looked incredible wearing a V-neck jumper and matching beanie hat 

Looking good: Lila posed against an arty looking wall with American actor Anthony Ramos

Family time: Kate and Lila posed for a series of fun photobooth shots together, poking their tongues out and cuddling up to one another for the fun images

The promo shots come after Hilfiger brought his $9.3bn brand back to New York for the first time in three years with a Warhol-inspired and diverse catwalk show. 

Winnie Harlow, Julia Fox, and Ashley Graham walked the runway.  

The trio of talented models strutted their stuff on the completely soaked runway for the Tommy Hilfiger presentation as part of New York Fashion Week on Sunday night which was held outdoors in the rain. 

A moment: Kourtney Kardashian’s husband Travis drums with white paint in the campaign – he is best known for being the drummer in Blink-182 

Who needs clothes anyway: He stripped down to just a pair of TH branded tracksuit bottoms for yet more imagery 

Inked: He appeared to add to his impressive tattoo collection for one edgy shot 

Friends in high places: (L-R) Soo Joo Park, Georgia Palmer, Jon Batiste, Anthony Ramos, Lady Bunny, Steve Wiebe, and others also feature in the campaign

A step back in time: Andy Warhol and model Edie Sedgwick pictured in 1972

Plus-sized model Paloma Elsesser and Native American model and activist Quannah Chasinghorse also walked at the event at Brooklyn’s Skyline Drive-In. 

Tommy Hilfiger said: We took inspiration from NYC, the birthplace of the brand – then combined it with innovative metaverse activations to evolve into a phygital event.’

‘The show is about stepping out of our comfort zone and creating an experimental playground where we can blend inclusivity and connection with real style and creative self-expression,’



Battling the  elements: Winnie Harlow, Julia Fox, and Ashley Graham (pictured left to right) strutted their stuff on the completely soaked runway for the Tommy Hilfiger presentation as part of New York Fashion Week on Sunday night which was held outdoors in the rain

Snap happy: Travis also went into the photobooth for some more edgy monochromatic snaps 

Branded: American singer Jon Batiste wore a logo printed shirt and clashing tie 

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