December is turning out to be a good month for the Vogue family. Not only did Karlie Kloss star in not just one but two knockout covers, but Alessandra Ambrosio covered Vogue Brazil, Jacquelyn Jablonski covered Vogue Turkey, and now we're seeing an insanely awesome cover with Kate Moss for Vogue Paris. It's never a bad time to be a supermodel, but right now it seems to be better than it's been in a long time. (Except in the US, where Anna Wintour, always partial to celebrities' mass appeal, chose Charlize Theron to prance at the beach for the glossy's December Issue).
Kate Moss' Vogue Paris cover, her second appearance on the front of the fashion bible this year, is a stunner. Channeling David Bowie in his Ziggy Stardust day (her alterego is the alterego of her alterego. Wrap your mind around that) in Balmain, the supermodel was photographed by photographer grandmasters Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
They call this magic, but it's just fashion.