Published: 20th February 2014
Kate Moss collected David Bowie's Best British Male Solo Artist award at the Brits last night, wearing a Bowie-dedicated ensemble.
The model arrived secretly, avoiding the red carpet, to allow her outfit to do the talking when it was time for her to collect Bowie's prize.
As a nod to the 68-year-old artist - who has become the oldest star to be awarded a Brit - she wore a Bowie custom made leotard.
The vintage leotard was famously worn by Bowie at London's Rainbow Theatre in 1972 at one of the most celebrated stages of his career.
Although Bowie rocked the leotard with bare legs in the 70s, Kate went for a more demure look as she teamed it with a thick pair of black tights for a more evening look.
Bowie's award comes 18 years after his previous Brit award and 30 years after originally winning Best British Male Solo Artist.
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