Kate Moss, 46, shows off her age-defying beauty in a stunning shoot as she graces the cover of British Vogue 28 YEARS after her debut with the magazine
Kate Moss showed off her age-defying beauty as she graced the cover of British Vogue’s January 2021 issue on Monday.
The iconic model, 46, looked resplendent as she modelled in stunning snaps for the publication, which saw her pose for not one but two special covers, 28 years after making her debut on the front of the magazine.
Showing off her modelling prowess, Kate put on a stylish display as she slipped into a plunging black gown that had a sequinned neckline that showed off a glimpse of her cleavage.
Wow! Kate Moss, 46, showed off her age-defying beauty in stunning shoot as she graced the cover of British Vogue on Monday 28 YEARS after her debut with the magazine
Kate added a pop of colour to the dark ensemble as she accessorised with a red rose choker necklace and a gold chain bracelet.
On one cover, Kate oozed glamour in a sleeveless green chiffon dress that floated across her slender frame as she posed for the cameras.
Her golden locks fell over her shoulders in loose waves and she wore a light palette of make-up to embrace her natural beauty.
Kate embraced a boho chic look for her second cover as she wore a black beret over her blonde tresses and showed off her toned abs in a black crop top.
Stunning: Starring on two special covers, the first saw Kate ooze glamour in a sleeveless green chiffon dress that floated across her slender frame as she posed for the cameras
Kate showed off SS21’s visible underwear trend as her lingerie could be seen as her skirt fell low on her hip.
The model made her debut on the cover of British Vogue in 1993, at the age of 19, when she showed off her natural beauty in a striking portrait, and Kate has featured on 43 Vogue covers since that first moment.
In a special video for Vogue, Kate answered questions from a variety of stars as well as her daughter Lila Grace, 18, who asked what she does to relax after a busy day.
Calling her little one ‘Lila belle’, she said: ‘I like having a hot bath and getting into bed for a cuddle with you if you are available.’
Age-defying beauty: Kate embraced a boho chic look for her second cover as she wore a black beret over her blonde tresses and showed off her toned abs in a black crop top
Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue, Edward Enninful said of Kate’s cover: ‘2020 was a year of reckoning, and saw a series of firsts for the magazine.
‘From covers honouring the key workers who kept the country stable during its first coronavirus lockdown to our oldest cover star (Judi Dench, resplendent at 85) and a 14-cover edition by Britain’s leading artists on the theme of Reset, it was a time for new ways to inspire.
‘It was a vital year for social justice movements, too, and for September we turned our attention to activism, photographing some 40 changemakers who faced the noise of a divided word and stood up to make a difference.
Star power: The model made her debut on the cover of British Vogue in 1993, at the age of 19, when she showed off her natural beauty in a striking portrait (pictured in Paris in 1993)
‘Safe to say, it was a year of rethinking here at Vogue, just as it has been for everyone. If 2020 has taught us something of what we can expect from 2021, it is that it will be unpredictable.
‘But I can say this much with certainty – there will always be Kate Moss. Almost 28 years since her Vogue debut, Kate’s eternal chic once again finds its way onto our cover this month – a fact I find both thrilling and deeply comforting.
‘Personally, as we face 2021, I have found myself returning to words by the great Margaret Atwood. “There will be another shore after the rapids: I promise.”‘
Read the full feature in the January/February 2021 issue of British Vogue available via digital download and on newsstands Friday 4 December.
Family: In a special video for Vogue, Kate said she loves to ‘cuddle’ her daughter Lila Grace as she answered questions (pictured with Kate’s partner Count Nikolai von Bismarck in January)