Lending her photogenic self to the popular publication, Kate Moss offered up an artsy spread included in the April 2012 issue of Vogue.
The 38-year-old English model teamed up with photographer Tim Walker for the much-awaited multi-page feature titled "Checking Out".
Already receiving high praise from magazine enthusiasts, Miss Moss struck a range of elegant poses while being styled up by Grace Coddington with Julien d'Ys and Stephane Marais making sure that her hair and makeup were just right for each and every shot.
Along with Kate, a page of the "Checking Out" feature titled "Ladies-In-Waiting" included models Sigrid Agren, Patricia van der Vilet, Josephine Skriver, and Mirte Maas in Valentino Haute Couture taffeta dresses with lace headpieces created by Julien d'Ys, using Mokuba ribbon.
The caption accompanying the intricate effort reads: "Sprigged dresses in the Imperial Suite, inspired by Marie Antoinette frolicking at the bucolic Le Petit Trianon, took up to 1,2000 hours to make by hand."