The supermodel reveals her incredible bod under a handful of gems on the cover of Esquire's Made In Britain issue, out tomorrow
Kate Moss has made a triumphant return to the British men’s magazine newsstand on her first cover in seventeen years. The 39-year-old supermodel graces the cover of Esquire’s ‘Made In Britain’ issue, out tomorrow, wearing just a handful of gems covering her modesty. She. Looks. Amazing.
The last time that Kate was photographed for the cover of a monthly men’s magazine was in November 1996, to mark the 10th anniversary issue of the now-closed Arena magazine. And the last time the supermodel was snapped for the cover of a monthly men’s magazine that is still in business, was in the autumn of 1993, aged 19, for Esquire. How apt.
Editor Alex Bilmes says: ‘Kate Moss is my generation’s embodiment of homegrown sex, glamour, hedonism and insouciant cool. She’s also a uniquely British figure, and one who for too long has been monopolised by women’s fashion magazines. So I am thrilled that we’ve persuaded her to front our special issue dedicated to this country’s most stylish people and products. I really can’t imagine anyone better suited to the job.’
Shot by A-list photographer Craig McDean and styled by Katy England, Kate wears an embellished bodysuit for the cover, teamed with a white tuxedo jacket. Inside, she accessorises a simple white vest with a statement necklace and a pair of diamante-embellished knickers. As you do.
She might be turning 40 in January, but something tells us this won’t be her last men’s mag cover. Just WOW.
The full interview with Kate Moss appears in Esquire’s September ‘Made In Britain’ issue, on sale tomorrow, Wednesday 31 July. Also available as a digital edition. For exclusive photos go to www.esquire.co.uk/women/esquire-girls/4