Kate Moss Goes Futuristic for First Alexander McQueen Ad
This is 40: The supermodel gives a creepy vibe for the British fashion house.
A week after celebrating her 40th birthday, Kate Moss is already back with her latest modeling gig -- her debut campaign for Alexander McQueen.
The supermodel starred in the British fashion house's spring 2014 campaign, along with its short fashion film, both shot by New York-based photographer Steven Klein. (He has also worked with Rihanna for Armani Jeans and Lady Gaga for the Fame fragrance.) Inspired by the 1960 cult thriller Peeping Tom, Moss fronts the ads with bright neon cropped hair, warrior-like attire (tight leather corset top and pleated skirt) and a voodoo doll that resembles Moss' creepy, futuristic appearance.
From a Playboy bunny suit to a dark, sci-fi character, only a true chameleon like Moss could make the transition from sexy to creepy look so good.
Watch the film, starring Moss, below.