Kate Moss channels the ’90s in her campaign for Stuart Weitzman.
The British supermodel has been the face of the footwear label since spring 2013, when she posed for several black and white shots.
Now she’s back with the monochrome spring 2014 pictures, which are every inch as gorgeous as expected from the 39-year-old.
Kate looks just like in her early modelling days, with her hair slicked back and wearing minimal make-up.
In one snap, the star looks sensual as she lies on her front, wearing a black swimsuit with her legs up in the air to show off the company’s ankle-strap heels.
Another photo sees Kate lean back as she sits on a white wicker bench and wears a long-sleeved, floaty white top.
Her legs are bare and she’s wearing a light-coloured pair of strappy heels.
The overall vibe of the shoot by Mario Testino is classy and luxe, with an air of sophisticated minimalism.
It’s been a busy time for the model, who picked up Special Recognition Award at the British Fashion Awards earlier this month.
The prize marked 25 years in the industry for the star.
“From the very beginning Kate was iconic; she never had to become a model,” Donatella Versace said after hearing about the award. “She has the same energy, the same seduction and the same wit – in front of the camera and with everyone. I love you, Kate!”
Kate also posed for Playboy recently, where she dressed up as one of the magazine’s iconic Bunnies.
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