Kate Moss hits the industry really hard this time. The supermodel shows the very best side of her, appearing on the cover of Vanity Fair this September as "best-dressed", wearing nothing but a white fur hat, long white gloves and leather boots.
The magazine's fashion and style director, Michael Roberts, said that Moss was elevated to the "Hall of Fame" after receiving more votes than any other women for a place on its 67th annual International Best-Dressed List.
What's more, Moss also appears in photo spread inside the magazine, set on newsstands August 8. In two photos, she sports an androgynous look, wearing a black hat, jacket and tie, inspired by Marlene Dietrich. In another, she channels Dietrich in the 1934 movie "The Scarlet Empress" by posing in a white gown draped around her waist.
Other famous figures make the Best-Dressed list including George Clooney, Oprah Winfrey, Renee Zellweger, Gwen Stefani, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, CNN newsman Anderson Cooper, filmmaker Sofia Coppola, Prince William and Jordan's Queen Rania.