Lila Moss baffles fans with long talon toenails for photoshoot

And Lila Moss has once again taken part in a show-stopping magazine photoshoot, but left fans baffled with her very unique style choice.

She has already followed her mother’s modelling credentials as she has taken to the catwalk and appeared in magazines.

Model: Lila Moss (pictured in June) has taken part in a magazine photoshoot, but left fans baffled with her very unique style choice

Model: Lila Moss (pictured in June) has taken part in a magazine photoshoot, but left fans baffled with her very unique style choice

The daughter of Kate Moss, 19, took to Instagram on Monday to share a close-up snap of her quirky red talon toenails.

She sported the pointed toenail-claws as part of a photoshoot with Perfect Magazine for its September issue.

Quirky: The daughter of Kate Moss, 19, took to Instagram on Monday to share a close-up snap of her quirky red talon toenails

Quirky: The daughter of Kate Moss, 19, took to Instagram on Monday to share a close-up snap of her quirky red talon toenails

One person joked: ‘Then how to wear socks with those nails.’

But her 409,000 Instagram followers were left baffled by the fashion choice, as they questioned how she put her socks on after the shoot.

And other fans quipped that her talon-like toenails could be used as a weapon because they were so sharp.

Another said: ‘Then how to wear socks with those nails.’

While another added: ‘them toes boutta cut people damn.’ 

One user commented: ‘Imagine getting toed to death.’

However, claw-like toenails have become a more niche and surprising trend as they have seemingly become more popular across social media.

Long acrylic fingernails have long been a trend, with many celebrities including Rihanna, Khloe Kardashian, Dua Lipa and Kylie Jenner opting for them.

Baffled: But her 409,000 Instagram followers were left baffled by the fashion choice, as they questioned how she put her socks on after the shoot

Baffled: But her 409,000 Instagram followers were left baffled by the fashion choice, as they questioned how she put her socks on after the shoot

She fronted the Italian tyre manufacturer’s latest edition, titled Love Letters To The Muse, alongside a string of top models including Cara Delevingne, Karlie Kloss, Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski.

Her surprising manicure choice comes after it was revealed Lila is set to appear in the 2023 Pirelli calendar that her supermodel mother first graced in 1994.

Lila said of the opportunity: ‘It feels very special. I knew my mum had done it and had heard of all the iconic people who’d shot it and been a part of it,’ she told a Sunday newspaper last week. So, when I was asked, I was really excited.’

Miss Moss said she was ‘honoured’ to appear in the calendar. Kate, 48, was also featured in 2006 and 2012.

She was also featured in the 2006 edition, shot in Cap d’Antibes, France alongside the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Gisele Bundchen.

Her mother Kate, 48, first appeared in the iconic calendar in 1994 when she was shot by legendary photographer Herb Ritts on Paradise Island in the Bahamas.

Paving the way as one of fashion’s most successful models has helped fast track her daughter to achieving some of fashion’s biggest milestones.

And Kate made another appearance in the 2012 calendar, shot in Corsica Island, with more famous faces, including Lara Stone and Milla Jovovich.

Lila first started modelling five years ago and made her catwalk debut at Miu Miu’s SS21 show, before appearing on her first Vogue cover earlier this year. 

Career: Paving the way as one of the most successful models has helped Kate fast track her daughter Lila (pictured on catwalk in March) to achieving some of fashion's biggest milestones

Career: Paving the way as one of the most successful models has helped Kate fast track her daughter Lila (pictured on catwalk in March) to achieving some of fashion’s biggest milestones

Jefferson and Kate – who dated from 2001 to 2004 with Lila being born in 2002 – have an amicable relationship and would ensure their daughter spent a regular amount of time with each of them in her childhood.

Kate shares Lila with Jefferson Hack, with whom she was in a relationship in the early Noughties. 

Following in her footsteps: Lila and her mother Kate Moss have walked in fashion shows together and made a joint appearance at this year's Met Ball in New York (pictured)

Following in her footsteps: Lila and her mother Kate Moss have walked in fashion shows together and made a joint appearance at this year’s Met Ball in New York (pictured)

While Lila still has a good relationship with both parents, she is often seen out with mum Kate as she is signed to her modelling agency.

Lila is also now the director of her own company, Grace Grove Ltd, a move that coincides with supermodel mum Kate winding down three of her firms.

The mother and daughter have walked in fashion shows together and made a joint appearance at this year’s Met Ball in New York. 

Speaking about growing up in the spotlight in a recent interview with Vogue, Lila confessed that she was shocked by the attention surrounding her mother, admitting that she was surprised her friends even knew who she was. 

The name of the company is a nod to The Grove, the family home in North London, which Kate sold recently.

Adding more about her relationship with her mother, Lila told the fashion bible: ‘I was quite protective over my mum. 

She explained: ‘I went to secondary school and everyone was like, ‘Oh, your mum’s Kate Moss!’ You don’t really have a filter when you’re that young and I was like, ‘How do you know who she is? She’s old! She’s old and boring!”

Catwalk: Lila first started modelling five years ago and made her catwalk debut at Miu Miu's SS21 show. Pictured: Lila at the Versace fashion show during Milan Fashion Week in February

Catwalk: Lila first started modelling five years ago and made her catwalk debut at Miu Miu’s SS21 show. Pictured: Lila at the Versace fashion show during Milan Fashion Week in February

‘All my mum’s friends say that I was so scary as a child. I was quite serious. But also, I would always copy her. She would always have her head down and not look at the camera, so I’d always put my head down and not look at the camera. I still do it.’

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