The images are a result of a collective effort from a series of artists, models, photographers and stylists.
There's never been a better time to party in your PJ's.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the National Portrait Gallery Gala on Tuesday evening, along with Alexa Chung, Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham.
"I've got some kind of weird radar. It's just in my being to do it," says the talented scout and businesswoman.
It's the most 2019 beauty editorial ever.
The imagery features subtle cues to the British designer's dedication towards sustainability.
From Alexa Chung's hyper-feminine frock to Michelle Obama's chic suiting.
Plus, a gold Kate Moss sculpture sold for $370,000 at Sotheby's auction.
Plus, Emily Ratajkowski got arrested at a protest on Thursday.
Looking back at the ads that jump started Kate Moss' career and gave Calvin Klein a new edge.
Kate Moss was, of course, involved.
"I remember thinking makeup could transform my life."
And she didn't ask big sis Kate for advice.
Maybe we're reading into this too much, but perhaps this is a subtle hint to the designer's next move?
Plus, is streetwear losing its cool?
An added bonus? A campaign complete with baby Kate Moss.
Plus, Time Inc. reports lower-than-expected revenue.
Mario Testino shot Nora Attal, Edie Campbell, Jean Campbell, Stella Tennant and (of course) Kate Moss for the magazine's September issue.
Plus, an ode to dying shopping malls.
They join Steve McQueen, as well as Grace Coddington, who will serve as contributor.
But wait, we thought Moss wasn't allowed to work in the United States?
It's great — but leaves us wondering why the campaign focuses on photographer Mario Sorrenti's experience of the iconic 1993 Obsession shoot and not Moss's.
Plus, how major brands are using digital content to fuel their business.