Kate Moss featured in the April 2009 issue of Vogue Paris.
Sporting smouldering kohl lined eyes and her iconic nude lip, Kate Moss is personifying vamp while still keeping to her rock chick roots. Perhaps a new term of biker glam is more fitting for this editorial. French chic blonde bangs and short denims bringing the sexy, with accruements of fringing and heavy metals adding that covetable vogue. But it is the overall melding of boheme tones in dramatic tie dye pieces and fringing paired with quintessential moto and leather that makes this a sartorial feast for the eyes.
And with summer beckoning, such a spread is sure to do anything but keep those sunshine day pangs at bay. This editorial evokes daydreams of lazy lakeside weekends and festival carousing. Making and undertaking spontaneous adventures through new parts of town and country. Motorcycle seemingly optional. And not to forget the mandatory need for loose layers (and few at that) and denims with fleeting hemlines. This is a unique but authentic perspective on more fierce type of styling. Moving away from the kitsch bohemian styles we’ve become accustomed to seeing with the theatrics that is Coachella. Proving that fashions do fade, but style is eternal.