Her image has been used to sell countless clothes and beauty products over the years - now, a topless Kate Moss picture will help raise funds for a children’s charity.
The supermodel has donated a shot taken by Norwegian photographer Solve Sundsbo to the National Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Children, which will be auctioned at Bonham’s on 17 May.
The shot features the 38-year-old stood topless in a pair of shiny gold trousers, and will be accompanied in the auction by several other snaps of the rich and famous, including images of Florence Welch, Tiggy and Oliver Reed – as well as another topless shot of Christy Turlington, taken by Patrick Demarchelier in 1986.
Sundsbo is a renowned fashion photographer who has worked for just about every luxuy designer in the world, including Armani, Dior and Yves Saint Laurent.
He’s known for applying bizarre affects to his images that subvert the conventions of fashion photography, including once making Eva Herzigova look like she was on fire.
Designer Tom Ford once said: "His photographs speak for themselves. They are powerful, beautiful and always fresh.”
Let’s hope someone at the NSPCC auction feels the same way and comes in with a huge bid for Kate’s picture.
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