The ‘90s trend is taking on a whole new level.
We've seen the return of overalls and grungy garb, and now Harper's Bazaar is reviving one of its classics from the era, too: its 1992 cover with Kate Moss.
But this time around, the glossy has tapped Nicole Kidman to recreate the memorable cover shot, which sees both gals propping up a snow globe housing a miniature version of themselves.
Harper's Bazaar Australia made some minor tweaks to the US edition's original version, which had a more festive feel thanks to Moss' vibrant red gown and the Christmas tree encased within the snow globe.
But the new December issue nevertheless evokes the holiday spirit with Kidman channeling a gorgeous ice princess vibe as she poses in a snow-white lacy Armani Privé design.
Like Moss, she sports a top bun and poses in profile for her James White-lensed shoot. The 46-year-old strikes suits up in another lace-covered Armani strapless gown within the pages of the magazine, in which she strikes a graceful ballerina-like pose.
The Australian actress is currently shooting scenes for her upcoming film Paddington, and managed to turn a few heads while on set due to her short blond bob.
As for Moss, the Brit babe is still striking poses for magazines, most recently giving us a sneak peek of her upcoming Playboy spread, which is set to hit newsstands in December.
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