For 20 years Kate Moss has utterly fascinated the fashion industry–and we’re no exception, of course. (When I did my stint as an intern here at Fashionista five years ago, more than a few of our office passwords revolved around Miss Moss.) Now, a new book out tomorrow aims to explain why we’re still all totally obsessed with the supermodel.
According to its Amazon page, Christian Salmon’s Kate Moss: The Making of an Icon explores Moss‘ proclivity for reinvention and her ability to stay relevant–cutting edge, even–over the span of her two-decade career. It tells “the story of an icon, a muse, a legend, an enigma—and how our culture has created the collective Kate Moss myth.”
There’s one magazine in particular that’s been particularly important in perpetuating the “Kate Moss myth”: Vogue. According to Stylelist, Moss has appeared on the cover of international issues of Vogue a whopping 300 times.
So to celebrate tomorrow’s release of Kate Moss: The Making of an Icon–and for an excuse to look at gorgeous pictures of our favorite supermodel–we’ve rounded up the best Kate Moss Vogue covers from every year she’s been modeling from 1993 to the present.
Click through to see them all.