Kate Moss has been tapped to star in Alexander McQueen’s latest campaign.
The British supermodel has had a long relationship with the fashion house, having famously appeared suspended as a hologram for the finale of the designer’s fall/winter 2006 presentation, and been a friend of McQueen until his death at the age of 40 in 2010.
Now, Moss is appearing in McQueen’s fall/winter 2019 campaign, sporting ensembles from creative director Sarah Burton’s new womenswear collection.
Photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth, one image shows Moss standing in a red and black suit in what appears to be a fabric mill, while another depicts her in a sharply tailored grey suit which has been matched with leather studded lace-up boots. Another set of photos features the model wearing a red dress with skirt that resembles the shape of a rose and posing in a slightly overgrown garden, as well as modelling a heavily beaded dress with sheer skirt.
Several of the images have been posted on McQueen’s official Instagram account, but Moss is yet to comment on the project.
Following a quiet few years in the industry, the fashion star has made quite the comeback of late and appeared in campaigns for the likes of Zadig & Voltaire, Giorgio Armani, and Stella McCartney.
She was also the cover star of British Vogue’s May 2019 issue, with the photoshoot marking the 40th time she had landed the prestigious gig.
“Everybody loves Kate. Many people have grown up with her, and so a big part of her allure is that they feel they know her,” British Vogue editor Edward Enninful commented of the 45-year-old. “She has an air of accessibility, like your next-door neighbour – but the super-intriguing one who you know is having the best time ever, even if you’re not exactly sure what she’s up to.”
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