The Vanity Fair 'The Riddle of Kate Moss' editorial is revealing on a couple of levels. First of all, it shows quite a bit of skin. Secondly, the star of the show has opened up a lot in the accompanying article. As the cover headline states, Kate Moss talks about 'sex, drugs and Johnny Depp.'
Nevertheless, it is the images that will first capture people's attention. Wigged out in a platinum blonde coif courtesy of hairstylist James Pecis, Kate Moss embraces a carefree '60s look that is very becoming of her. Shot by photography duo Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, the British beauty was liberatingly outfitted by stylist Jessica Diehl, who put together a sparse wardrobe of white underwear and furs.
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