Yes, you read that right, the radiant Kate Moss has graced the cover of the most covetable magazine, Vogue, for the 35th time, looking effortless as ever whilst proving to everyone that she is far more than just a (very) pretty face.
Not only has she modelled for the cover but is showcasing her work as a stylist in her second shoot for the British title as their contributing fashion editor, as well as unveiling her hotly anticipated forthcoming collection for Topshop, which has not been seen anywhere until now. We have to admit, it is is a pretty impressive presentation of work, all in one issue.
Next to the headline "The Great British Model Takeover," Moss is looking her usual nonchalant self on the cover shot by Craig McDean, spinning around in a silver tasselled lurex jacket from her upcoming Topshop collection, her first in three years. The jacket was created to replace one that she lost, so clearly Moss' designs are very personal.
Within the issue, Moss has given an even bigger sneak peek into the collection with her shoot featuring the queen of laidback luxury, Freja Beha Erichsen. The image released today shows Erichsen in true Kate Moss style, teaming up floral chiffon with a raffia woven waistcoat, an embroidered leather bustier and denim hot pants with blanket-stitching and eyelet details. If this is anything to go by, the rest of the collection is going be on everyone’s summer shopping list.
You can see the whole shoot in the May issue, which is out on Monday April 7. Kate Moss' latest collection for Topshop will be in stores and online in May.