Four months after the announcement that Kate Moss would be joining British Vogue's staff as the new Contributing Fashion Editor, the supermodel's first shoot has debuted in the March issue.
Moss hand-picked Ukrainian-Canadian model Daria Werbowy and photographer partners Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott—who most recently worked with Kate for her Playboy spread—for an edgy retro rock ‘n' roll-inspired spread titled Cause Célèbre.
As you can see, the look seems like it could have come straight from Moss' own closet, consisting of a plunging Saint Laurent dress, Caroline Amato leather gloves, Pamela Mann fishnets, and a two-tone, bedhead hairstyle.
For the cover, the 40-year-old ditched her signature renegade chic effect and went with a balance of simple (minimal makeup, beachy waves) and colorful (bejeweled Prada dress). While the looks couldn't appear more different, each still seems to have incorporate Kate's free spirit style.
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See the full shoot in the March issue of British Vogue, on sale Thursday 6th February.