Kate Moss has done it again! The supermodel has been selected to launch London-based fashion brand Self-Portrait's latest campaign - and she looks absolutely sensational!
Posing up a storm in a series of portraits, the 47-year-old star was dressed to the nines wearing some of the brand's most treasured styles and revealing key pieces from its Autumn Winter 2021 Pre-Collection.
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The collection features refined pieces for day and night, centring around soft fabrics and effortless silhouettes. One of the outfits was a bridal-inspired lace gown, which has ruched detailing and sparkly embellishment. Its fitted silhouette undeniably embodies ethereal elegance and delivers a picture-perfect finish.
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Speaking about the new collection, Kate said: "What I love about Self-Portrait is their unique style and versatility which appeals to many different women. Han designs for the modern woman and I love his approach to the creative process.
"When they approached me to work together on this campaign I was excited - I really love the images we created together."
Kate Moss stuns in gorgeous new campaign with Self-Portrait © Self-Portrait
For the campaign, Kate was shot for the first time in her career by legendary British photographer Nigel Shafran.
Han Chong, Founder and Creative Director of Self-Portrait, added: "Working with Kate was a complete joy - I haven't laughed as much all year as I did on set!
The model seen wearing a bridal-inspired number © Self-Portrait
"She is a complete professional and makes the designs feel so easy and so instinctive. It was an honour to partner with her, and a dream come true."
The images, which were shot in Gloucestershire, capture the mood of the moment, and the hopeful anticipation for the UK's impending emergence back into the world.
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