Kate Moss for Saint Laurent SS18 by David Sims
Saint Laurent took the social media to present its Spring 2018 campaign featuring the legendary Kate Moss. In a series of black and white images, Kate poses for the lens of fashion photographer David Sims.
Kate also stars in a new series of three short Saint Laurent films shot outside of the Modernist Villa Malaparte in Capri, art directed by the fashion house’s creative director, Anthony Vaccarello.
“I work Monday to Sunday, my atelier is three floors down from my apartment. I go home after work! And I don’t think designers have to be so overexposed. I’m not into selfies. I don’t care! Everyone knows now that celebrities are paid to wear things, and I hate that. When I was a teenager, I was so impressed by people like Madonna wearing Jean Paul Gaultier, but it’s not like that anymore. If I do dress someone, I want to be sure she really supports me and wants to be part of my universe. But I don’t even think my dresses are for the red carpet, which is about Chantilly and colors and big skirts right now.” – shared Anthony Vaccarello for Harper’s Bazaar US
Scroll down to see more of the new shoot with Kate Moss and Jamie Bochart, but don’t miss the video above.