Kate Moss and Natalia Vodianova on the cover of i-D Magazine [i-D Magazine]
Kate Moss is a pro at winking for i-D Magazine as she has over 17 covers in her weighty portfolio, and she's just added another corker to her towering magazine pile. It looks like we're not the only ones with a weakness for a Mossy flashback as the Winter i-D cover is an outtake from her 1995 Calvin Klein campaign, photographed by Craig McDean. How handy that she is doing a perfect i-D wink.
It's super stripped back compared to her other covers, as Kate has just a slick of bronze gloss and her hair left in loose waves. We're talking about the Kate Moss glory days of denim dungarees and Johnny Depp. No wig? No nipple flashing? No props to cover her left eye? Her previous i-D covers feature a crimped Kate wearing nothing but a giant pink bow collar, Kate in a fishnet vest and Kate in a white blonde fringed wig. La Moss shares The Creative Collaborators Issue cover with Natalia Vodianova, Joan Smalls and Amanda Murphy.
Kate Moss's i-D Magazine covers [i-D Magazine]
But don’t worry, Kate’s outrageous cover days aren't over yet. In the latest issue of Document Magazine Kate is shot by Mario Testino (so far, so normal). But here comes the quirky bit - there is a red body with a white boob scribbled on top of Mossy by artist Paul McCarthy. How very artsy.
Kate has been on more than 300 magazine covers (gulp) and it all started back in 1990 when Corinne Day was commissioned by The Face for a definitive grunge story entitled 'The 3rd Summer of Love', which featured a young giggly Mossy rocking a feathered headdress. Since then we've seen a LOT (literally) of Kate Moss on our newsstands. Want to see the evidence? Check out our pick of her 25 most iconic covers.
See more of Kate Moss in her Calvin Klein days in the gallery below...