Kate Moss Gets Naked (Yes, Again) For Versace

06/25/2013 at 10:52 AM ET

Kate Moss Naked Mert Alas & Marcus Piggot/Courtesy Versace

Kate Moss stripped down for St. Tropez — and that company saw its profits rise accordingly.

And Moss’s rumored nude cover for Playboy has earned that magazine a ton of buzz lately.

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So it’s no wonder that Versace wants to get in on the action, enlisting famed fashion photographers Mert Alas & Marcus Piggot to snap Moss in her altogether, strategically covered by their handbags.

According to Donatella Versace, the “Autumn/Winter 2013 [campaign] is stripped back to the raw power of the clothes and models,” she said in a statement. “There’s no set, no distraction, just the provocation, glamour and attitude of our fashion.”

Look for Moss’s ads (as well as ones featuring models in the line’s bold fall clothes) in upcoming fashion mags. And in the meantime, tell us: What do you think of Moss’s latest bare ad campaign?

–Alex Apatoff

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incaunipocrit on

Reblogged this on The Blogspaper.

Dina on

Put that skeleton in the closet and eat a sandwich ahahahahahahahahhah

Debbie on

What makes her attractive?

Noneya on

Why? I just don’t get her posing nude all over the place! Can’t she get a real job?!?

Respect yourself on

Why can’t women respect themselves instead of posing naked all the time. It’s because of this stuff that make men treat women like they are only to be seen as sexual objects.

LOL! on

Dear Versace, I’m sure I’m not your target audience so my comment really doesn’t matter. But a photo of a nude, stick thin model doesn’t make me want to rush out and buy your handbags, either.

Sophia on

I’m very annoyed by the people who think a woman being naked “she doesn’t respect herself.” You’re the one who makes a connection between nudity and respect. We all born naked, that’s the natural way.

Guest on

Just because she doesn’t have much extra body fat, doesn’t mean she should be ridiculed or told to “eat a sandwich.” There are millions of women that are of thin build, and unfortunately obesity in America has become the new norm. Yes, they should start using fuller figured women in ad campaigns, but I seriously doubt Kate Moss has any say in how magazine editors and brands choose to advertize. She’s a model; she has her picture taken and goes home. My sister is very thin, I am not, we’ve BOTH been ridiculed.

tulmon on

While she may have an ok body, she is not what I call beautiful. And I agree, we are all born naked, feel free to run naked on th beach. But I have to question someone that believes that she can only get a job if nude and the companies that think the only way to sell their products is through nudity.

sambec on

Oh, please. People on this blog act like nudity is something to be ashamed of. Besides, you can’t see anything anyways with all those bags. If I looked like Kate Moss, I’d probably be a model too.

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