Kate Moss' daughter Lila's extra long toe nails are dividing people
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Finger nails come in all shapes and lengths, but where do you stand on long toe nails?
Well, Kate Moss' daughter, Lila has divided opinion on social media after she shared a photo of her rather lengthy toe nails.
Lila, 19, shared two photos on Instagram, the second being a close-up shot of her feet in a pair of sparkly silver heels.
And her nails look perfectly pedicured, filed into a stiletto shape and painted red.
And followers were divided over the unusual look, with many taking to the comments to discuss.
One person wrote: "Loving the toes."
While another said: "Wow".
And a third added: "The toes are looking super sexy."
But others had the total opposite opinion with one declaring: "Toenails are a hard no."
And a second wrote: "Omg no!"
A third had a rather extreme reaction to the look, commenting: "Omg the nails made me physically sick."
While a fourth asked: "Y’all are loving the toes but how tf does she get her socks on."
Could long toe nails become a thing?
Lila showed off her new look as part of a photoshoot with Perfect Magazine.
Recently, it was announced that Lila was set to appear in the 2023 Pirelli calendar – which her mum also appeared in back in 1994.
Speaking about the opportunity, Lila said: "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. So, when I was asked, I was really excited."
Following in her mum's footsteps, Lila first started her modelling career five years ago, making her debut at Miu Miu's SS21 show.
Speaking about growing up with a famous mum, Lila recently told Vogue: "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!'"
She added: "I was quite protective over my mum. 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."