Kate Moss stars on the January 2021 issue of British Vogue, marking 28 years since the British model made her cover debut for the publication.
For the new issue, the magazine has released two covers, photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
In one, the 46-year-old wears a sleeveless black crop top with a spliced pair of Versace trousers from the brand’s spring/summer 2021 collection.
The look is accessorised with a black beret and a gold bangle that Moss wears on her upper arm.
In the second cover, the model wears a plunging green chiffon gown with gold hoop earrings.
While there is no interview accompanying the cover shoot, the magazine has released a special Q&A video during which celebrities ask Moss various questions.
Those featured in the video include Marc Jacobs, Rita Ora, and Sir Elton John, who asks what really “p***es” her off, to which Moss replies: “litter bugs, I really hate litter bugs”.
Meanwhile, Jade Jagger asked Moss how she was making her life more sustainable to fight climate change.
“I do all the basic things but also I’ve just bought some land and I think I’m going to build a forest,” she replied.
Commenting on the cover, Edward Enninful, editor-in-chief of British Vogue, said: “If 2020 has taught us something of what we can expect from 2021, it is that it will be unpredictable.
“But I can say this much with certainty – there will always be Kate Moss. Almost 28 years since her Vogue debut, Kate’s eternal chic once again finds its way onto our cover this month – a fact I find both thrilling and deeply comforting.”
Read the full feature in the January/February 2021 issue of British Vogue available via digital download and on newsstands Friday 4 December.