Kate Moss’ Vogue Paris Cover and Photo Shoot

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Up for grabs: Kate Moss gets manhandled on the May cover of Vogue Paris.

Apparently multiple personalities are in this spring. First Jessica Simpson revealed her hidden personas on Twitter and now Kate Moss is playing up her dual identities in the May issue of Vogue Paris.

Styled by new editor in chief Emmanuelle Alt, Moss wears a navy Giorgio Armani Privé jacket with white piping and high-waist pants on the cover of the magazine, and unveils two very different sides—not to mention her breasts—by posing as both an old-school glamour girl and a futuristic punk in the Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott–shot editorial “Couture Limits.”

The beautiful Brit goes moody for the black-and-white photos, modeling a series of elegant ensembles including a short Dior Haute Couture ostrich-feather coat; a Valentino J’ardin d’églantines sheer dress with floral appliqués; and—hello, Björk!—a swan-motif Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci gown from the designer’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection.

Moss amps up the edginess for her color-saturated snaps, sporting fuchsia hair with an indigo, Swarovski crystal-embellished Giorgio Armani Privé blazer and green pants; showing skin in a cellophane-like, iridescent, asymmetrical Maison Martin Margiela Artisanal gown and black Christian Louboutin heels; and making Judy Jetson jealous in a multicolor Julien Fournier Couture bodysuit with metallic-leather “Saturn rings” and Giorgio Armani Privé red-crystal mask.

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Two sides to every story: Moss shows her versatility in the May issue of Vogue Paris.

Sure, the space-age getup may seem a little out there, but honestly, after seeing Moss dirty dance for a giant bunny and seduce a forlorn teddy bear, nothing can make us say, “Mon Dieu!”