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It’s Kate Moss x2 In The Latest Alexander McQueen Campaign

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    Kate Moss appears in her first campaign for Alexander McQueen, and, boy, is it a good one! Legendary photographer Steven Klein shot the supermodel for the spring '14 campaign, and his signature style of edgy glamour is evident in every single frame.

    It seems that Klein took inspiration from the iconic '60s film Peeping Tom, as the accompanying campaign video features a disembodied figure filming Moss on a desolate street, before following her up a flight of stairs and throwing away a mini version of the supermodel into a bin. In the feature flick, the main character is a serial killer who films his victims’ dying moments. And, that sense of underlying menace is present in the fashion film, too.

    Not that this mood deters us from marveling at the beauty of the label’s new season collection. The bold colorways, sculptural silhouettes, and striking accessories we fell in love with in November are there for all to see.

    Click through to see the entire campaign and let us know in the comments section below what look you’d love to wear this coming season.



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