London Fashion Week: Kate Moss catches up with Lila's dad while Vivienne sees son's show

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The supermodel caught up with Jefferson Hack – father of her seven-year-old daughter – during the last day of Fashion Week
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Meanwhile Vivienne was on hand as her son Joseph Corre unveiled his new collection – and at one point she was up out of her seat
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Relations are good between Kate Moss and her former boyfriend Jefferson Hack.

The pair were clearly pleased to spend time in each other's company during the last day of London Fashion Week, when they both attended the James Small presentation.

Magazine editor Jefferson and Kate were together in the late Nineties and early Noughties. The 38-year-old journalist is father to Kate's seven-year-old daughter Lila Grace and a regular part of her life.

While the 36-year-old supermodel and her ex caught up at the show, the grand dame of British fashion, Vivienne Westwood was checking out the 'A Child of the Jago' presentation.

And the flame-haired style maven had a special reason for attending the designs - the menswear label is the brainchild of her son Joseph Corre.

He followed his mother into fashion – co-founding underwear label Agent Provocateur in 1994.

Vivienne seemed delighted by the collection, titled 'Terrorist' - a mix of tailored pieces and edgy cuts. At one point there was a slightly strange scene, however, when she stood up and appeared to hand a piece of clothing to one of the models.

Other famous faces checking out the run of menswear shows which brought the British capital's fashion week to a close included Billie Piper.

The Secret Diary of a London Call Girl actress looked stunning as she took her place in the front row at the Wintle show in a white fur-effect jacket.

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