Kate Moss in Studded Blouse and Black Velvet Embellished Cape

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Leave it to Kate Moss to always inject rocker edge flavor to her outfits. At the Rimmel anniversary party yesterday, the seasoned supermodel wore an all-black attire of skinny jeans, a studded blouse, and suede boots.

Kate Moss in skinny jeans attends the Rimmel London 180 Years of Cool partyKate Moss in skinny jeans attends the Rimmel London 180 Years of Cool party at the London Film Museum on October 10, 2013

Not content with the decoration on her shirt, Kate threw on a black velvet cape embellished with micro studs all over.

Kate Moss rocks a studded blouse with a black velvet cape embellished with micro studsKate Moss rocks a studded blouse with a black velvet cape embellished with micro studs

Even her rockstar hubby, Jamie Hince, took a cue. He wore black from head to toe and styled the outfit with a printed scarf around his neck (a la Matt Goss; or perhaps Matt got tips from Jamie).

Kate Moss and Jamie Hince wear matching black outfits for the Rimmel partyKate Moss and Jamie Hince wear matching black outfits for the Rimmel party

So what do you think of Kate’s Rimmel-party style?

Take note, she rocked velvet like it was cotton. Her matching cape and top would probably look a little over the top on anyone else, but on Kate, well, let’s just say she was able to carry the combo like it was meant to be. In fact, she actually managed to make studded velvet look darn cool.

What about you, do you think you can wear Kate’s outfit and look cool while doing so?

We have yet to find out where Kate scored her velvet studded cape (and matching studded blouse), but just in case you want one yourself, what you can do is grab a classic black cape then sprinkle it with hotfix studs all over; ergo, do some DIY. Try these options:

Spiewak Beaumont Cape, $218

Spiewak Beaumont Cape

Via Spiga Patent Leather Trim Cape, $150

Via Spiga Patent Leather Trim Cape

Of course, if your goal is to copy the whole outfit to a T, what you can do is purchase some black velvet (or velveteen) fabric and create the cape and blouse from scratch. Which DIY project do you feel like doing?

Credit: Craig Harris / Spiller / WENN

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