The house of McQueen finally collaborates with supermodel Kate Moss to deliver a SS14 campaign that is filled with dark hues, horror, and mini-moss dolls. The collection was influenced by twentieth century colors and graphic shapes of the avant-garde, while Steven Klein pulled from the 1960’s thriller, Peeping Tom, as inspiration for both the short and the campaign photos.The short’s POV journey through the streets of East London are gritty with mass amounts of sex appeal. Basically, at 40, Kate still gives great face (even when it is a little alienesque).
For the past 25 years, über-model and muse Kate Moss has been plastered over the cover of leading magazines like Vogue and Interview, so it’s safe to say she’s still a present-day work of art. The famed Christie’s art and luxury auction sure believes so and is set to feature a 50-piece art collection curated by Gert Elfering, with the model as subject, Septempber 21-24.
Featured are photographs, paintings, collages, sculptures and a tapestry going from £10,000 all the way to £35,000. They will be on display until the auction on September 25, which is set to amount to over $1.5 million in total.
Possibly one of the most recognized names and faces in fashion and modeling, it’s no wonder that this icon is setting such a high standard at this Modern Art auction.