Kate Moss by Hedi Slimane

World famous fashion designer Hedi Slimane who perhaps has become best known for his stellar work at Dior Homme has taken an active role in photography as witnessed by his ongoing blog. Among his subjects were super model Kate Moss who posed topless in Hedi’s black and white photo journal. Hedi’s blog can be seen here. Not Safe For Work: Titties ahead! Source: Hedi Slimane Blog, Tom Hung

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