Just months after stripping for St. Tropez's tanning range, Kate Moss has bared all once again for an ad campaign with Versace. This time around, the supermodel poses naked for the Italian brand's autumn/winter campaign with a selection of strategically-placed handbags. "The campaign stripped back to the raw power of the clothes and models," creative director Donatella and good friend of Kate said in a statement.
"There's no set, no distraction, just the provocation, glamour and attitude of our fashion." Fans were surprised by the brunette hue Kate was sporting in the shots. But the colour change appears to be temporary – last week she was spotted with her signature blonde locks at a wedding. Kate was shot in London by fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, styled minimally by Melanie Ward.
In May, Kate showed off her incredible figure in an ad for bronzing label St. Tropez. She also revealed that she has been a fan of the fake tan since she was in her 20s. "I have used St. Tropez since it started," Kate, 39, said. "Around 15 years ago, the first time I went to Ibiza I didn't want to be the only white person on the beach so I had a St. Tropez. "(They) do it so well that you do look natural, you don't have that fear, which I always did, of going streaky and not being able to fix it — total nightmare. "There is no reason to go around with that pasty pallor anymore, which is really exciting." In the photos, mum-of-one Kate shows exactly why she is considered one of the world's most beautiful women, flaunting her flawless body for the sizzling campaign. "I'm so excited," she said of the signing. "I've been using the products since they started and it's a really trustworthy, cool brand." The brand was equally delighted to have Kate on board. CEO Michelle Feeney said, "We're absolutely thrilled that Kate Moss has chosen to work with us on our new campaign: it gives us the ultimate stamp of approval on the quality of our products. "Kate epitomizes St. Tropez's naturally glamorous approach to self-tanning and is a long-time advocate of the brand. "Kate's fashion icon status is important to us, but now her growing number of beauty campaigns proves that her appeal as a beauty icon resonates with confident women across all age groups globally. "Not only is she beautiful but she has this amazing attitude. St. Tropez is about confidence ."