Kate Moss is the cover star of AnOther Magazine's Autumn/Winter 2014 issue marking the 10th anniversary of her appearing on its cover for the first time.
The iconic british supermodel was shot by four separate photographers for four individual covers each capturing *those* cheekbones and her ability to look amazing in any designer ensemble.
Moss is still boss when it comes to working it in front of the camera.
The above cover, photographed by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Alister Mackie, is "sun-dappled Kate". The embroidered custom made top by Maison Martin Margiela says it all. Love.
Then there's "Kate the Warholian muse" in a painted cotton parka by Raf Simons/Sterling Ruby shot by Olivier Rizzo and styled by Willy Vanderperre (see below), "Kate the film star" by Collier Schorr and Katy England and "Kate the provocateur" by Craig McDean and Rizzo.
"She changed the history of fashion by breaking the rules as a model, channelling the 'don't give a fuck' attitude of the noughties into a powerful signature stance of defiance..." says AnOther's editor-in-chief Jefferson Hack.
"She did it without a script, without a plan, and seemingly without a care."
While La Moss is doing it all right now (directing fashion films, playing contributing fashion editor for British Vogue and fronting the latest big fashion campaigns) these covers celebrate Kate Moss the model.
"These stories are precisely about Kate Moss the fashion icon, not Kate Moss the person, who uses her intuition to interpret and bring to life in her unique way the vision of her collaborators," says Hack.
"This is why we can never get enough of Kate... she is beyond fashion."
AnOther Magazine's Autumn/Winter 2014 issue goes on sale Thursday 4 September, and you can see all her covers online here.
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