Kate Moss was practically born on a Vogue cover.
The supermodel extraordinaire, 38, has been on at least 32 covers of Vogue UK alone, and just thinking about how many of the mag's international covers she's graced is making our fashion heads spin.
But her counterpart on the October issue of Vogue Paris raised our eyebrows, as it had to be a first. George Michael?
Well, it makes sense. The two both performed at this year's 2012 London Olympics closing ceremony, with Michael performing "Freedom '90" and Moss strutting out for the supermodel stunt. Moss even guest-starred in Michael's new music video "White Light" this summer. Now, they've reunited in the most on-the-record way possible: a glamorous photograph on the cover of one of the world's most-read fashion magazines.
The photo apes a red carpet shot, with Kate clad in a gorgeous Elie Saab-looking red gown as the pair beam against a bright camera flash beckoning from Mario Testino's lens. Is it a strange pairing? Does George Michael look, uh, kinda hot to anyone else? What does it mean?
We're a bit confused. Then again, we know George doesn't mind paling around with smoking hot supermodels.
See oodles and oodles of Kate's magazine covers below!
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