Though she was a close friend of the late designer and a haunting holographic spectre of the supermodel loomed large over his iconic Widows Of Culloden show in 2006, Kate Moss has never fronted a campaign for Alexander McQueen’s eponymous fashion house [*ominous movie music*] until now.
Moss, who last week turned fabulous forty, was shot by serial collaborator Steven Klein for the stunning new campaign and its accompanying voyeuristic fashion film inspired by the sixties cult thriller, Peeping Tom, which also features a lot of *ominous movie music*.
Both Sarah Burton’s fantastic future Zulu S/S2014 collection and a miniature voodoo version of Moss with Ken Doll hair also star. Sinister, chic stuff.
For more pics check out British Vogue