Kate Moss covers the June/July issue of Harper's Bazaar, and sadly she's not wearing a swimsuit like Vogue's Olympic hopefuls or Gisele's sandy ass on Vogue Paris. The cover (below), shot by Terry Richardson, isn't that exciting, but it's pretty enough. We're happy to see Kate on any cover! However, when you dive into the magazine (which hits newsstands May 29), you're rewarded with a 20-page spread of Ms. Moss in Jamaica modeling tons of spring looks (and random big fur coats). And yes, swimsuits are involved.
Uncle Terry shot Kate in Jamaica, and fashion editor Andrew Richardson stuck mostly to black looks, except when he decided to throw in a huge neon fur coat now and then. The whole effect of black and fur in a beachy locale gives it that vibe of odd juxtaposition (Andrej Pejic's most hated fashion word), sort of like the Gisele Givenchy ads. So if you're sick of florals and traditionally beachy looks on the beach, this editorial is for you. Also, Kate may be the only person who can make neon hair extensions look chic.
Click through to see our fave shots, and check out the whole spread on Harper's Bazaar.
Photos: Terry Richardson for Harper's Bazaar