Kate Moss enjoyed a fun-filled night out at the Rockins London Fash Bash at The Cuckoo Club in London.
Kate Moss partied up a storm in London on Wednesday night (16.09.15).
The 41-year-old model was a special guest at Rockins London Fash Bash at The Cuckoo Club where she partied the night away with a host of famous faces.
Guests included Katy England, Paul Simonon (The Clash), Paul McCartney's son James McCartney and models Laura Mullen, Core Corre & Rosemary Ferguson, Kyle De'volle and Alexis Knox
Bobby Gillespie (Primal Scream), Rhys Webb (The Horrors) and Mairead Luv were joined by Tim Rockins on the DJ decks at the bash hosted by events guru Fran Cutler and ROCKINS co-founder Jess Morris.
Attendees at the star-studded bash sipped on Grey Goose VX.
Last week party loving Kate was seen pouring drinks straight down guests' throats at a GQ after-party.
The model - who hadn't attended the GQ ceremony at the Royal Opera House - reportedly let her hair down at the star-studded bash by serving up vodka tonics and wandering around with Sam Smith while singing at the top of her voice.
A source shared: ''She made herself at home and went round the other side of the bar, then started pouring very large vodka drinks for everyone.
''She and the barmaid were pouring them straight into people's mouths. Everyone was having a great time.''
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