The Coco Mademoiselle campaign sees Moss taking beauty cues directly from Coco Chanel herself— in a short black wig topped with Chanel's favorite flower, the camellia.
Moss teams up with Cara Delevingne for the My Burberry campaign. The ad sees them giggling in trench coats before getting stuck in some indoor rain (don't you hate when that happens?).
YSL's Opium is one of the world's sexiest scents. So why not throw Kate Moss into some lingerie for the imagery? It certainly gets the message across.
Rosy pink lipstick and some serious diamonds for Bulgari's Rose Essentielle campaign.
Scent of a Dream
Makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury tapped Moss to front her first perfume called Scent of a Dream.
Obsession for Men
Arguably Moss' most iconic fragrance campaign to date: The 1993 ad for Calvin Klein Obsession for Men.
This iteration of the Coco Mademoiselle campaign had Moss looking more like herself, blonde hair, sooty eyes, and all.
Moss is actually British, but this ad for YSL Parisienne is convincing enough to make us think otherwise.
Moss gives off soft and feminine vibes for Anais Anais, the perfume that personifies them in scent.
Obsession for Women
This Calvin Klein Obsession perfume ad featured a more covered-up Moss (but just barely).
Moss has nearly 10 fragrances under her eponymous brand. This one, called Lilabelle, is as light and sweet as the pink-all-over campaign suggests.
If you're looking to smell like Moss at her absolute fanciest, then Bulgari Jasmine Noir is it.
If it seems like supermodel Kate Moss has been the face of every perfume, well, you’re not too far off. Moss and perfume go so well together that she even has her own line of scents. Here, we look back at some of our favourite iconic perfume ads starring Kate The Great.
From: Harper’s BAZAAR US