Good Kate, Bad Kate”, magnificent editorial captured by Steven Klein couldn’t be passed unnoticed not only because of Kate Moss with her chameleonic gifts, but also thanks to the awe-inspiring, quite eerie theme with blurred division of good and evil.

Starting from the two covers as the informative base –Kate unveils Angel/Demon allegories. A great styling by Edward Enninful introduces us into the mysterious aura of medieval masterpieces with ultramodern inclinations – either as a vision of ethereal nymph based in men lavatory, techno nun in latex outfit and infamous Balenciaga hat, seductive vixen covering sorrow in Piers Atkinson custom headpiece or saint visionary in Ashley Lloyd. Every single picture depicts remarkable concept of mysticism and mystery hidden behind figurative interpretations of good and evil.

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Credits:

W Magazine

Editorial: “Good Kate, Bad Kate”

Photography by Steven Klein

Model: Kate Moss

Styled by Edward Enninful

Hair by Paul Hanlon at Julian Watson Agency;

makeup by Val Garland at Streeters London;

manicure by Marian Newman at Streeters London.

Model: Kate Moss at IMG.

Set design by Jack Flanagan at the Magnet Agency.

Production by Nina Qayyum at North Six;

digital technicians: Justin Farkas, Tanya Houghton.

Photo assistants: Dominick Sheldon, Sebastian Mader, Olly Holms, Phil Dunlop, Tom Moran.

Fashion assistants: Felicia Garcia-Rivera, Laura Jones, Jack Borkett, Lucy Kebbell.

Wallpaper: Designers Guild;

gothic chair and side table: Howe;

chaise lounge: the French House.
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