Kate Moss goes brunette for Versace

The supermodel gets Vunked

For her autumn/winter 2013 collection, Donatella Versace coined her own version of punk – vunk. Now, she’s even created her own version of Kate Moss to go with it, as the supermodel goes brunette for the label’s autumn campaign.

A coiffure chameleon, Kate’s sported everything from an elfin brunette crop to pink highlights, but is best known for her tousled beachy blonde waves.

Baring all, Kate’s modesty is solely preserved by three strategically placed Vanitas quilted leather handbags in the newly-released ads. Another shot sees her draped in a neon yellow, animal print fur coat.


Shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott in London in early March, the campaign also features Dutch model Saskia de Brauw, with slightly less hair (a razor-sharp peroxide crop), but a lot more clothes (punky PVC looks from the collection). Male models Travis Smith, Dominik Bauer and Matt Trethe also appear as the faces of the men’s collection.

Though it’s a decidedly demure new 'do for Miss Moss, it was only a temporary change, and the model is already back to her former corn-silk glory.

See Kate Moss baring all once again for new St Tropez Campaign

Explore our Catwalk channel

Read Next: