Kate Moss stars in McQueen campaign

Watch the s/s 2014 film right now

Stop what you’re doing right now and watch this. Alexander McQueen has released its s/s 2014 campaign film starring Kate Moss – and it’s pretty incredible.

Directed by Steven Klein, the unsettling film sees a yellow-haired Kate being filmed by a faceless man with tattooed knuckles (and a miniature doll of Miss Moss) as she stands on a dark street, before disappearing into a creaky house. It’s apparently inspired by 1960’s horror movie, Peeping Tom, and there’s not a lot of peppy florals or spring pastel on show. But we’ve never wanted to wear a leather coat so much.

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As well as shooting the film, Klein also photographed Kate for the campaign images, marking the first time in ten years that he’s worked for McQueen. We’d be signing him up for next season too.

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