Kate Moss makes it loud and clear that just like wine, she is improving with age! Inching towards 40th birthday, the lady is defying norms by making her first appearance on Esquire magazine’s Made in Britain issue. Debuting on men’s magazine cover after 17 years, the British model was shot by fashion photographer Craig McDean. Styled by Katy England, she flaunted her figure in a bejeweled sheer body suit and a white tuxedo jacket.
We’ve already seen Kate Moss dare to bare for Versace’s Vunk Collection. However this time she has covered her modesty with cleverly placed crystals instead of bags. The cover page also honors her by stating the shoot as “a tribute to the girl we can’t take our eyes off.”
In another image, she dons a pair of dazzling knickers with a white T-shirt which is topped with a diamante bra.
Esquire editor Alex Bilmes claims, “She’s also a uniquely British figure, and one who for too long has been monopolised by women’s fashion magazines. So I am thrilled that we’ve persuaded her to front our special issue dedicated to this country’s most stylish people and products. I really can’t imagine anyone better suited to the job.”
The full shoot will be on display in the September issue of Esquire magazine, scheduled to go on sale on July 31.
Prior to this shoot for men’s mag, Kate has made an appearance on the cover of Arena, a men’s magazine way back in 1996 and for Esquire in 1993.