Kate Moss pays tribute to Alexander McQueen
Supermodel Kate Moss pays tribute to Alexander McQueen by wearing two of his dresses in a photoshoot for the UK Harper's Bazaar magazine, June edition. She once again play the role she played in 2006, when at one of the McQueen fashin shows, her image was represented by a hologram, wearing a a gorgeus ruffled organza dress. Now, for the Harper's Bazaar cover, she wears the same dress.
Late Alexander McQueen earned his reputation in pretentious fashion world as being an expert in tailored look creation.
Kate Moss is a huge admirer of his, and she wanted to do something great in his memory. About the great designer she says: “He gave women power, while letting them be fragile and vulnerable at the same time.
People always used to say he was a misogynist, but it took me a while to realise that he was actually empowering women and not the other way around.” She also believes that he can't be compared with anyone else, and that his amazing talent is very hard or even impossible to equal. “There's never ever going to be anybody like him. There was so much tension, but we had the best laughs. He was a dear friend of mine. I miss him terribly.” the supermodel added.
June edition of Harper's Bazaar is scheduled to appear at the same time with the opening of the “Alexander McQueen:Savage Beauty” which is a fashion costume exhibit set to open next month at Metropolitan Museum of Art.