The Kate Moss Vogue Paris December/January Cover is Rocking

By: Marie C. Hudson - Published: • References: vogue.fr & fashiongonerogue
David Bowie's 1970s infamous persona Ziggy Stardust gets the supermodel tribute on the latest Kate Moss Vogue Paris December/January 2011-2012 cover. The issue, dedicated to "Noël en musique," or, a musical Christmas, certainly does not disappoint with its cover image, shot by photographer duo Mert & Marcus.

With brazen red hair, a shimmering top, and some psychedelic lighting, Kate is almost unrecognizable and plays an incredibly convincing Bowie. This isn't, however, the first time the supermodel has taken on the role, as she graced the cover of Vogue UK in May 2003 in a monochromatic shot with Ziggy Stardust's signature face paint digitally added to her face. While I do miss the makeup on the latest cover, this Kate Moss Vogue Paris shot is definitely my favorite of the two, as it takes a vintage approach and stays true to the spirit of the rocker.

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