If this is Sports Fever, Kate Moss isn’t breaking a sweat

You only need to glimpse the iridescent sheen and blue-tinted colouring to know that Mert & Marcus were behind W Korea’s latest Kate Moss cover. That fleeting feeling of deja vu either leads to success in familiarity, or a dampening effect – depending on your personal take.

Despite the theme of ‘Sports Fever’, Moss’ architectural outfit feels more futuristic than Olympic. But the outfit is one of the cover’s strengths, especially when paired with classic waves and red lipstick.

kate moss w korea july 2012

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