Kate Moss For Vogue Eyewear
Kate Moss is to front Vogue Eyewear's spring 2011 collection in a new campaign shot by Mario Testino.
Kate Moss is to front a campaign for Vogue Eyewear.
The British model - who has previously appeared in glasses ads for Versace, Yves Saint Laurent and Just Cavalli - will be seen in a number of shots by photographer Mario Testino in spring 2011.
Kate replaces Brazilian beauty Gisele in the campaign, which will also feature a selection of four sunglasses and two optical frames chosen by the model named Kate's Favourites, WWD reports.
The campaign for the collection was shot at Syon Park in London - best known as the set of 2001 movie 'Gosford Park' with Dame Maggie Smith.
Kate - who recently had her relationship with rocker Jamie Hince blessed in a secretive Italian ceremony - is famed for her fronting of successful campaigns for fashion houses including Chanel, Stella McCartney and makeup brand Rimmel.
As well as modelling, Kate, 36, has also turned her hand to design, working on collections for British high street store Topshop and a range of handbags for luxury goods brand Longchamp.
Recently she confirmed she would be ending her long-term collaboration with Topshop following the release of her 14th collection, but did reveal other projects were in the pipeline.
She said: "Yeah, I'm still working with Philip. We will do something together in the future."