Kate Strikes A Pose For Emmanuelle Alt’s Second Issue Of Vogue Paris

Kate Moss and Vogue Paris go together like peanut butter and jelly, which is why we’re not at all surprised to see that Emmanuelle Alt put the iconic model on the May cover of her magazine.

Alt’s first cover featured fellow supermodel Gisele Bundchen, a choice most thought was relatively safe. While Roitfeld liked to put lesser known models on the map by giving them the cover and American Vogue editor Anna Wintour prefers celebrities, Alt seems to be staking her claim on supermodels. Does Moss’ cover signify a trend?

But back to the cover itself. Moss looks gorgeous — no surprise there — and decidedly tiny. Either that, or those men have some seriously huge hands. But the look, in both Kate’s eye and of the cover as a whole, feels decidedly French.

What do you think?

(Fun fact: Moss covered ex-editor Carine Roitfeld‘s very first issue of the glossy in February 2001!)

[via Vogue Paris Live.]

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