Kate Moss models Alexander McQueen’s Autumn/Winter 2019 collection as she teams up with the British designer for its latest campaign.
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When it comes to collaborations, we can’t think of a better match than Kate Moss and Alexander McQueen – two British fashion staples that have rebelled and reshaped the mold over the decades without ever falling out of vogue.
Which is why we couldn’t wait to get a glimpse of Moss modelling McQueen’s AW19 collection.
The 45-year-old supermodel donned a power suit with punk boots, a ruched, red-rose dresses full of volume, and an ultra-glamorous dress dripping with embellishment.
The campaign images were photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth in Northen England, the home to fashion house’s current Creative Director, Sarah Burton. The place was the inspiration behind the collection that was first unveiled in Paris this March.
And one of the garments that most explicitly referenced this – the silk taffeta dress of a rose in full bloom that represented the Red Rose of Lancaster – reflected the aesthetics of the collection at large.
On her inspiration, Burton said: “I went home for this collection, back to where I grew up in the North of England, surrounded by mill towns and wild countryside.
“I took my team to those mills, to a landscape that I remember from my childhood. The heart of the collection is inspired by the bolts of cloth we saw woven both by man and machine.”
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