You could win one of five Kate Moss Vintage Muse scents today!
While some celebrities might simply lend their name to signature fragrances, Kate Moss was involved in every process of the development of her latest scent - Vintage Muse - as these exclusive pics illustrate.
We've got our hands on these never-before-seen images of the supermodel as she toured the Coty factory during the production process of her latest launch. Commenting on the scent, Kate described: 'I feel honoured and privileged to have worked with great artists and to have been the subject of many remarkable works of art. Being a part of the creative process inspired me to develop Vintage Muse, a gorgeously chic, refined fragrance that lifts and inspires.
'Just as a painting or photograph endures as a thing of beauty, Vintage Muse has a wonderful timeless quality that makes it a contemporary classic' she added.
A refined and sophisticated scent, Vintage Muse opens with an alluring blend of plum and rhubarb, topped with rich blackcurrant. A feminine heart of of peony, purple violet and tiger orchid add an air of sensuality, while the floral tones give way to a velvety drydown of white musk, ambergris and a touch of chocolate.
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