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Watch Kate Moss Get Spooky With A Creepy Doll As The New Face Of Alexander McQueen

Submitted by on January 31, 2014 – 10:57 amNo Comment

Look up 20th Century supermodel in the dictionary and you’ll probably see a picture of Kate Moss. And the English model, who turned 40 just last week, is celebrating her 25th year in the fashion industry with her biggest campaign yet. Not only did the Brit mark her fourth decade on earth with a sexy spread and cover for the 60th Anniversary issue of Playboy, but Moss has also just been named as the new face of Alexander McQueen‘s Spring/Summer 2014 campaign.

Rocking a neon blonde pixie cut and a fierce Hunger Games-inspired leather bra, Kate flaunts her enviable abs in the spooky images and film shot by Steven Klein. According to Grazia, “Klein was inspired by the 1960s British thriller, Peeping Tom, in which a serial killer murders women and uses a portable camera to record their dying expressions of terror. In the short film, Kate stares at a selection of monitors before entering a house, slowly walking up a flight of stairs and removing her jacket. All the while, a figure appears to be watching her, which only serves to add to the eerie effect of the darkened shots and echoed, distant sounds.”

The best or worst (depending on your feelings toward dolls) part? Kate forgoes the normal muscle-clad hottie co-star for a miniature doll that is dressed just like her! Take a closer look at the entire print and video campaign below. Are you horrified or mesmerized?

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