The 39-year-old supermodel is the cover girl for Playboy magazine as it celebrates its 60th birthday.
She appears in an 18-page spread, in which she oozes sex appeal, flaunting her gorgeous physique and is seen in several shots wearing bunny ears - which represents the brand's signature Rabbit Head symbol.
In an interview in the special issue, Kate admits she enjoys parties with interesting people who are willing to share salacious stories.
Quizzed on her ultimate dinner guest line-up she told Tom Jones: ''Well, I would like to have dinner with naughty people who have a story to tell - like you!''
She added: ''Jack Nicholson, [photographer] David Bailey, Stevie Nicks, Catherine Deneuve, Joan Collins - love! She texted me the other day. I could not believe it. 'Hi, it's Joan Collins.' I was like [mimes dying-of-shock], My husband, because it would be mean if I didn't invite him. And Hugh Hefner, obviously.''
The catwalk star - who was catapulted to the spotlight after she was discovered by Storm Model Agency in 1988 - insists she's far from finished with modelling and wants to continue to work and discover ''new things''.
Kate - who is married to rocker Jamie Hince - said: ''I just want to carry on being inspired, to work and to always find new things. I think that's it, isn't it? That's all I want ... to never get, like, 'I'm bored.' I don't do boredom.''
Playboy was founded by Hugh Hefner in 1953 and since then it has become an iconic brand.
The men's magazine has been adorned by many famous beauties over the years, including Marilyn Monroe, Cindy Crawford, Jenny McCarthy, Kim Kardashian and Naomi Campbell.
Editorial Director Jimmy Jellinek claims this year's celebratory edition is a ''testament'' top the publication's influence on popular culture and he couldn't think of anyone more fitting than Kate to be on the cover.
He explained: ''Playboy's anniversary edition is a testament to 60 years of beautiful women, discerning taste, sexual emancipation, ground breaking fiction and world-changing journalism. Having Kate Moss, a global icon and the most important supermodel of the past 25 years, appear on our cover makes this issue the perfect way to launch Playboy's next 60 years.''
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