Moss gets her rocks off for Esquire
Kate Moss has posed for a dazzling cover shoot for Esquire magazine, wearing a see-through leotard encrusted with gems to cover her modesty.
It is the 39-year-old supermodel's first cover shoot for a men's magazine in 17 years, since she posed for the 10th anniversary issue of the now closed Arena magazine in 1996. And the last time Kate posed for Esquire was 20 years ago, when she was just 19.
The model was snapped by A-list photographer Craig McDean and styled by Katy England for the magazine's Made in Britain edition.
Editor Alex Bilmes said: "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."
The Esquire September issue is on sale from Wednesday July 31.