Kate Moss: threesome chic

Perhaps it was the success of the banned Calvin Klein advert that spurred it. Or perhaps it was the necessity to take it up another level past the prevalence of nudity in fashion. But as I’ve stated in the past: overt, or otherwise, threesomes are the black.

Kate Moss threesome

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Kate Moss: US Harper's Bazaar March 2010
Kate Moss: US Harper's Bazaar March 2010
Kate Moss: US Harper's Bazaar March 2010
Kate Moss: US Harper's Bazaar March 2010
Kate Moss: US Harper's Bazaar March 2010
Kate Moss: US Harper's Bazaar March 2010
Kate Moss: US Harper's Bazaar March 2010
Kate Moss: US Harper's Bazaar March 2010
Kate Moss: US Harper's Bazaar March 2010

Such are the times. And undoubtedly it won’t be long until one organisation or another comes out and slams this latest pictorial ‘trend’ as degrading society.

This particular shoot, featuring Kate Moss, comes from the March 2010 edition of Harper’s Bazaar (US). Shot by Peter Lindbergh only a few choice preview images are available yet; sadly one of them includes the cover. A cover which I’m prone to hate for the typicality of some fashion magazines in this day and age to simply slap text wherever is possible. I can’t even begin to imagine the creative process that allows such a thing to take place. No matter, as a subscriber only is also available featuring Moss, head turned, donning a leather piece from Balmain‘s Spring 2010 collection.

For the alternative cover, and all the other preview pictures, click on the thumbnails below.

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