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Only Kate Moss Could Get Us Jonesing For Thigh-High Boots

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    Another day, another campaign. After emerging this week as the face of Versace's fall '13 ads, Kate Moss is turning heads yet again as she strips down and flaunts some serious flesh for shoe designer, Stuart Weitzman's new campaign.

    Fashion really does move faster than ever these days. Just a few days back, Moss took to London's streets to shoot this very campaign, and played the ultimate diva move by enlisting a body double, so that she could score a few breathers (imagine, a body double to do your day job!?). Teaming a yeti overcoat with a skimpy ensemble, and OTK suede boots, she looked every bit as "Mossy" as you can imagine. Just four days later, we're treated to seeing the shoe campaign in all its glory, full of long legs, patent leathers, chunky black lace ups, and slick, shiny knee boots.

    These boots are definitely made for walking, and we want them all.

    Photo: Courtesy of Stuart Weitzman

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