Kate is known for her numerous fashion mag features having graced such mags as French Vogue, UK Vogue, American Vogue, The Face and Vanity Fair to name but a few.
Moss has been a feature of the fashion scene since first coming to our attention back in 1988 when she was just 14-years old. Her waspish, almost gamine figure has seldom been out of the limelight ever since and in recent years her image has moved on from her original associations with the so-called “heroin-chic” fashion movement and her early problems with drugs. This includes a cocaine scandal in 2005 when she was pictured on the front of the Daily Mirror under the headline Cocaine Kate.
Nothing seems to have affected the model’s rise to the top of her trade and indeed to the top of the earnings tree. In 2012 she was still rated as the 2nd highest earning model of the year with only the earnings phenomenon that is Gisele Bündchen, who earned a staggering $45m, appearing ahead of her.
This latest Esquire feature is something of a turnaround for Kate as she has not appeared on the cover of a mens magazine like Esquire since her November 1996 feature in the now defunct Arena magazine.
This latest Esquire feature has Kate posing in a very sexy nude bejewelled bodysuit with a fitted cream tuxedo on top. Another photo inside shows Kate wearing a see-through white top and a pair of diamond encrusted knickers. Expensive but probably not that comfortable we would think!
The special edition of Esquire features various iconic people and items under the theme Made In Britain. The photos have all been taken by top fashion photographer Craig McDean and the magazine will be on sale from Wednesday 31 July.