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Lottie Moss turns heads in very revealing outfit as model leaves celeb hotspot after night out with pals

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LOTTIE Moss turned heads in a very revealing outfit as partied the night away with pals. The 24-year-old looked in high spirits leaving Ciro's Pizza Pomodoro in Knightsbridge.

Lottie opted for a black mesh corset and white trousers for the evening. She kept herself warm with a stylish leopard print bomber jacket.

The star completed the look with a pair of huge black high-heeled boots, a face of glam makeup and her blonde locks styled into a middle parting.

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