Kate Moss is the face of Saint Laurent's Spring / Summer 2018 collection which was presented under the Eiffel Tower back in September.
The label now showcases the new collection in a 1960s inspired black-and-white short film directed by Nathalie Canguilhem in which Moss stars as the Saint Laurent woman.
Dressed in a white fur jacket that shows her bare torso, Moss poses seductively in a helicopter, leaning out of the side door. In addition, the iconic model is seen wearing tight-fitting black pants and boots with fur trim - also in black. Creative director Anthony Vaccarello acted as art director while SebastiAn provided the soundtrack.
The film is one of three short films which were shot on the Italian island of Capri, against the backdrop of Villa Malaparte. They pay homage to the New Wave cinema particularly films by Jean-Luc Godard, who had great success in the 1960s and has a srong cult following. This was also confirmed by an official statement by Saint Laurent.
Moss and the French fashion house have worked together quite often in the past, and the icon is also a affluent Saint-Laurent fan. She regularly sits in the front row at fashion shows and is often spotted with handbags and outfits by creative director Anthony Vaccarello.