Kate Moss poses for first men's magazine cover in 17 years
Last appearance by model was in 1996 for the now shuttered Arena magazine.
by Amy Wicks
It's been 17 years since Kate Moss has agreed to appear on a men's magazine cover, so it will come as no surprise that when she was finally persuaded to break her ban for the latest issue of Esquire UK, it wasn't going to be your typical swimsuit shot.
Photographer Craig McDean shot Moss in this racy – dare I say sexy – bejeweled bodysuit with her head tilted back, showing off her best supermodel pose.
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Moss always looks hot, but can we take a moment to discuss this look and her jeweled hoo ha? Is there anyone who would wear this in real life and endure what is probably a very uncomfortable situation once you sit down?
"For too long [Kate Moss] has been monopolized by women’s fashion magazines," Esquire editor Alex Bilmes said. "So I am thrilled that we’ve persuaded her to front our special issue dedicated to this country’s most stylish people and products. I really can’t imagine anyone better suited to the job."
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Moss' last men's mag cover was published in 1996 for the now shuttered Arena magazine.
The new issue hits newsstands in the U.K. on Wednesday but don't worry, all those great images will appear online in no time.
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What do you think of Moss' return to the world of men's magazines? Are you digging this look?
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I just don't get the Kate Moss thing. She isn't pretty by any stretch of the imagination.
Her heroin use and gaunt looks makes me think of an aids victim rather than someone I would want to be intimate with.
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