Here she is, pretty in grey, on the cover of the May edition of UK Harper’s Bazaar.
Dressed in two Alexander McQueen frocks and shot by Solve Sundsbo.
La moss rarely says a thing (I suspect it is because, like the dear departed Queen Mum, the myth of her wonderfulness would be shattered if she did ever open her mouth, but enough about that unsubstantiated snark,) so it’s alwasy interesting when she does say something.
In this instance, here she is on Alexander McQueen: “He gave women power, while letting them be fragile and vulnerable at the same time,” Moss told the magazine. “People always used to say he was a misogynist, but it took me a while to realise that he was actually empowering women and not the other way around.”
My problem, I suppose, is that I always expect designers to merely design wearable, attractive clothes.