For the cover lensed by Inez & Vinoodh, Kate was styled in Chanel by Alastair McKimm, with beauty from hair stylist Christiaan, makeup artist Lisa Butler, and manicurist Gina Viviano. Mikael Jansson photographer British stunner in jacket with neck-tie and snake bracelet, both Anita Pallenberg Archive, Gucci hat with feather from Macculloch & Wallis and Van Cleef & Arpels Jewellery, styled by Kate Phelan, with beauty from hair stylist Anthony Turner, makeup artist Lynsey Alexander, and manicurist Lorraine Griffin. For the third cover captured by Jamie Hawkesworth, Kate is wearing JW Anderson.
“I am so delighted to mark a special moment in publishing by paying tribute to an extraordinary woman who has not only helped define this magazine over the past 26 years, but British style around the world. May’s three Kate Moss covers mark the 40th month that the model, cultural icon and shimmering national treasure has fronted British Vogue. I almost can’t believe I’m writing that number down. Forty.
When you think about it, the sums are really something. In total, Kate has spent more than three years of her life on the cover of this magazine. In 2000 alone, she fronted February, May, September and December. She’s been captured in all guises, starting with her first appearance in March 1993, photographed by the late Corinne Day, heralding the arrival of the new waif – who went on to reign over that decade.” – Edward Enninful, editor-in-chief of British Vogue
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