AceShowbiz - Even after being in the modeling business for two decades, Kate Moss showed no sign of slowing down with her works. The supermodel looked stunning as ever while channelling androgynous vibe in an open blazer and suit trousers in her new photo shoot for Harper's Bazaar's September issue.
With her locks slicked back, the 43-year-old beauty oozed glamour as she posed on a couch. Kate showed off her long legs while her cleavage peeked through her unbuttoned blazer. The black-and-white snap saw the catwalk queen tilting her head to the left, emphasizing the smokey makeup she had on her eyes.
Kate later slipped into a white shirt and a denim jacket, which she paired with matching denim pants and white heels. She naturally posed for the camera, looking all chic and fierce. The supermodel flaunted her phenomenal figure while lying on her stomach on the black couch.
#KateMoss has got a new #Obsession. Of course, Sorrenti’s iconic photograph of Moss is still so ingrained in the fashion industry’s collective memory, it barely needs description. The 18-year-old Moss lies naked on a black couch. She looks up at us, but really at the camera and the man behind it: her dashing paramour. How did that @calvinklein campaign come to be? Tap the link in our bio as the supermodel herself, @mario_sorrenti and @rafsimons recall one of beauty's most iconic campaigns in other of #CalvinKlein's latest fragrance. Photography by @nikolaivonbismarck Styling by @elissasantisi Moss wears @calvinklein
Another photo saw the model trading the denim outfit for a leather jacket and a floral mini dress, offering a leggy display. Still with the smokey eye makeup, Kate donned a skin-tight turtleneck, which hugged her body perfectly, while turning her back to the camera.
During the interview with the magazine, Kate opened up about her iconic 1993 Calvin Klein Obsession shoot, which she did with then-boyfriend Mario Sorrenti. "I think Calvin was really clever. He knew there was going to be something," shared Kate, who was 18 years old when she did the naked shoot that catapulted her to international stardom.
She also revealed her days working with Mario. "Mario worked me like a dog. He was more professional than I was. He didn't stop taking pictures even when I was sleeping. I was like, 'Leave me alone.' I'd wake up to the click of the Pentax. I don't remember relaxing. I remember working. I laid down on that couch for days. Days! For days, he'd say, 'Stay there and don't move.' "
Calvin Klein recently released never-before-published photos from the famed Obsession shoot as they launched new Obsessed fragrance. "It was like seeing home movies. I don't tend to cry, but it was so nostalgic," Kate spoke of the photos. As to why the photos remain iconic even for today, Kate said, "People can't take pictures like that anymore. The photos weren't styled. There was nobody doing my hair and makeup. It was just raw."
"It captured a moment in our lives. And you couldn't re-create them or that feeling. We didn't have anything to lose and didn't care what people thought. It was seven days on our own," she explained. "It was very passionate. Mario and I were young and we were in love."