Harper's Bazaar Honour Alexander McQueen With Kate Moss Cover

For the May issue of UK Harper's Bazaar, Kate Moss graces two different covers, both dressed in Alexander McQueen to honour the late designer. The covers were taken by photographer Solve Sundsbo. This month's issue was chosen because the magazine wished to also celebrate the upcoming “Savage Beauty” exhibition at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art. For one of the cover shots, Kate wears the same dress that she wore during the finale of McQueen’s Autumn/Winter 2006 collection in which she was turned into a hologram.

Inside the issue, Kate also poses alongside two of McQueen's muses Daphne Guinness and Annabelle Neilson. Kate opens up the designer: "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. There’s never ever going to be anybody like him. His was the most exciting show to see ever, even if you weren’t there. I would hear about it on the phone and hear Lee and hear everyone. There was so much tension, but we had the best laughs. He was a dear friend of mine. I miss him terribly."

Neilson also comments on McQueen: "As Kate, Daphne and I were shooting this story, I started to think of all the wonderful and amazing team of people and friends he had in his life. They followed him willingly on his journey; his close friends who’ll always remember a larger-than-life, happy, brilliant times. At the worst of times and the best of times, there was only one Alexander McQueen."

Below are the two covers for the issue which is out now.

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