Kate Moss is the star of British Vogue's December issue.
Aptly titled 'Kate's World', the special edition marks the supermodel's 40th birthday (which was way back in January) and celebrates her 36th appearance as its cover star.
Moss, Vogue's contributing fashion editor, worked with photographers Mario Testino, David Bailey and Tim Walker (along with esteemed stylist Katy Phelan) on a shoot that reflects her greatest looks through time - think masterful curation of all things Kate.
Not only does Kate give us a sneak peek at her favourite spaces within her own home (she has an actual handbag wardrobe) but she talks the great men in her life: husband Jamie Hince, Philip Green and Mario Testino.
As far as modelling careers go, Kate's has been pretty epic. She was first scouted in 1988 at 14-years-old and has gone on to make herself a £55 million fortune modelling for fashion's biggest brands.
And when it comes to letting her hair down Kate is THE party girl. For this issue's "24 Hour Party People" shoot, Kate - who persuaded her friends the Count and Countess von Bismarck to open their home to the magazine - reveals London's most glamorous party house.
See the full Kate Moss shoot and read the interview in the December issue of Vogue, on newsstands nationwide from 5 November.
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