Kate Moss opens the doors of her world in the December’s edition of British Vogue. For the 36th time she has appeared on the cover of the fashion bible. Vogue’s current contributing fashion editor also plays the role of the cover model by appearing on two different covers for the same issue. Captured by Mario Testino, on one cover she sports a raw, fresh look which also bring her freckles to light. The other cover shows her dark side in a vamp-like appearance.
Vogue reports that the British model has sported various looks including Bardot-haired, Breton-wearing ingénue to sequin-adorned showgirl for Her Infinite Variety shoot. Another photo shoot with David Bailey involves the men in her life including husband Jamie Hince and collaborator Sir Philip Green along with other friends, lovers business associates and mentors.
One feature includes a shoot styled by Kate and contributing fashion editor Kate Phelan. Shot by Tim Walker at Copped Hall in Essex, it bought about 40 artists, models, singers, actors and friends including her half-sister Lottie Moss, actress Suki Waterhouse, makeup artist and illustrator Isamaya Ffrench and singer Beth Ditto in front of the lens.
The supermodel has also shared some of her favourite spaces from within her own home, too, from her garden to her neatly categorised handbag wardrobe. The December edition also holds a story that looks at the Count and Countess von Bismarck’s Belgravia home which is touted to be London’s most glamorous party house.
Vogue December issue is scheduled to hit the newsstands in the UK from November 5.