Kate Moss is helping Playboy ring in their 60th anniversary by stepping up as their cover bunny. You've seen snapshots of her controversial spread, but today, her highly anticipated cover was released digitally on iPlayboy.com.
On the cover, Kate Moss sports the classic black bunny suit with a white bushy tail, cuffs, and signature ears. The anniversary edition features an 18-page spread of the supermodel. And for those who don't just care about the photos, the issue will also include an interview conducted singer Tom Jones.
During her intimate Q&A, Moss reveals who's on her ultimate guest list. Moss tells Jones:
Jack Nicholson, [photographer] David Bailey, Stevie Nicks,Catherine Deneuve, Joan Collins — love!...My husband, because it would be mean if I didn't invite him. And Hugh Hefner, obviously.
She also went on to share what it is she truly wants out of life, which is to continue to be inspired and "to never get, like, 'I'm bored.'"
This isn't the first time Moss has stripped down for the camera. As Us Weekly reported, Moss recently posed nude for Versace's Vunk fall 2013 campaign and to promote St. Tropez self-tanning products in May 2013. Still, the stunning 39-year-old isn't used to being so exposed. During an interview with Vanity Fair in December 2012, she confessed that she's never felt comfortable about posing nude. "I hated my boobs! Because I was flat-chested. And I had a big mole on one," she said.
The print edition will hit newsstands on December 6. To take a peek at some of Moss' outtakes, head over to the site.