The Kate Moss Vogue Japan photoshoot shows just why this woman is considered to be one of the world's reigning queens of modeling. She might not do as many photoshoots as she used to, but when she comes out of the shadows, she shows just how effortless her beauty, poise and overall presence truly is.
Photographed by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, the Kate Moss Vogue Japan photoshoot also demonstrates great art direction and post production. With its haunting atmosphere, this dark and gritty lookbook seems to be inspired by 'The Black Swan.' This is also captured in the showgirl styling done by George Cortina.
The Kate Moss Vogue Japan photo shoot will be part of the magazine's May 2011 issue.
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