The December/January edition of Vogue Paris has finally arrived, David Bowie-style. Editor Emmanuelle Alt has broken the mold of the typically guest-edited issue (remember the hubbub over Tom Ford's last year? It was rumored to be one of the reasons for Carine Roitfeld's exit from the magazine) but Alt has taken a different route, deeming it the Music issue instead. Not everything here is unfamiliar, though. Kate Moss covers the issue and has been a staple for the magazine for many years, and she is wearing Balmain, another Vogue Paris favorite. We love the drama of the cover, but then we realized why this looks so familiar. In May 2003, Kate Moss graced the cover of British Vogue's own music issue as David Bowie. The styles of the covers may be different, but the theme is verbatim. Which one is your favorite?
Kate Moss Channels David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust on the Cover of Vogue Paris
Does this get you in the holiday spirit? Kate Moss, who doesn't go more than a few months without appearing on a Vogue cover, covers French Vogue's