Kate Moss has stripped off for the cover of the Spring Summer 'Clean' issue of LOVE Magazine, wearing only hats, stockings and a strategically placed vest. We see a whole lot of the Moss in the editorial shot by fashion photographer Tim Walker - in several images, only a couple of flowers cover her, erm, lady garden.
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On the cover, the supermodel is seen soaking in a bubble bath with the strapline 'Kate cleans up' and there's no doubt this is one of her most daring covers yet. She's wearing nothing but a wet vest (very spring break of you, Kate) which is strategically placed to avoid too much Mossy boob on the newstand. But this isn't any vest top - oh no. It's credited as a grey jersey tabard with rubber penis print. As you do. Despite soaking in a bubble bath, Kate still manages to look impossibly glossy with not one smudge on her red-lipsticked-pout.
Speaking about the saucy shoot, Tim Walker says: 'I'd read a book called The Magic Toyshop by Angela Carter which has the most tender description of a young girl discovering her sexuality. This prompted the idea of telling a story through photographing the female nude from a feminine point of view - which required the subject, Kate, to involve herself totally with the text and relate to the sensitivity through her own imagination and posture, which I think she did really very well. Kate had a part to play for the camera, which is something she excels at.'
LOVE 9 'The Clean Issue' Spring/Summer 2013 goes on sale 4 February