Miss Moss does it again.
One of the world’s OG supermodels has grabbed headlines once again for her involvement in a campaign for fashion brand Mônot which was shot in none other than Al Ula.
Al Ula is a UNESCO heritage site which drew visitors earlier this year when the Winter at Tantora festival signed up big-name musicians for rolling concerts for weeks on end during the cooler season, and now from festivals to fashion shoots, the destination is becoming increasingly popular.
Kate Moss was joined by other fashion heavies including Jourdan Dunn and Candice Swanepoel and Al Ula played a gorgeous backdrop for the fashion campaign
The Lebanese-American designer, Eli Mizrahi thanked the world-famous model for proving what a star she really is
In a summary post to the gram, he thanked the model for trusting him blindly and for making the campaign a success.
‘Kate Moss, you showed me just what a star you are. You trusted me and jumped blindly into this project. You gave it your heart and soul and you were the keystone to making this campaign a success.’
He thanked the other models for embodying the empowered women the brand wishes to dress
He went on to thank the photography editor and notable fashion editor Carine Roitfeld for her involvement in the shoot.
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Mônot Autumn Winter 2020-21 Campaign Creative director: @elimizrahi Photography: @luigiandiango Fashion editor: @carineroitfeld Hair: @luigimurenu Makeup: @georgisandev Models: @msalekwek, @ambervalletta , @angelcandices, @jourdandunn @katemossagency, @mariacarlaboscono @jujujuxiaowen