Kate Moss in ‘Scarlet Woman’ by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue UK October 2013
Posted Sep 09, 2013
Playing the painted lady Kate Moss is ravenous in red in ‘Scarlet Woman’ by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue UK, October 2013. Channeling Gypsy Rose Lee, Moss delights as a dark-haired dream in this vintage inspired showgirl series that takes us back to the decadent days of Burlesque. Reviving retro-glam, Lucinda Chambers designs an opulent scene straight off of a 1930’s film set, with a stunning mix of show-stopping styles including a gold-encrusted, silk corset. Borrowing from the bold beauty of the era (makeup artist) Lucia Pieroni dares to pair raging red with eye-popping purple for a fab face you won’t soon forget. And for hips that match the lips, she manages to mimic the bejeweled effect of Dolce & Gabbana’s high-wasted ruby knickers with a perfectly painted, glittered pout. Ever-evolving and always intriguing, this subtle (yet staggering) imagery reminds us why Kate Moss remains such a powerful force within the fashion industry. Source (visual optimism), luscious locks by (hairstylist) James Pecis.