Kate Moss revived one of her most iconic hairstyles to star in the Marc Jacobs Resort 2022/2023 campaign for her Bucket bag.
The model dyed it bright pink for Versace’s Spring/Summer show in 1999 – a year before, after starring in a now-famous photograph titled ‘Young Pink Kate’ by Juergen Teller, modeling the fluorescent hairstyle.
And in new images, Kate, 48, revisited one of her most iconic looks and dyed her naturally blonde locks pink.
Wow: Kate Moss revived one of her most iconic hairstyles to star in the Marc Jacobs Resort 2022/2023 campaign for her bucket bag
In one image, Kate leans on a coffee table and shows off her long legs with knee-length straps and huge platform heels.
Wearing a patterned top, the runway queen models the gray bucket bag as she gazes seductively at the camera.
In another, Kate’s pink hair is slicked back as she sits on a sofa to model a salmon pink J Marc shoulder bag and oversized jeans.
Stunning: In new images, Kate, 48, revisited one of her most iconic looks and dyed her naturally blonde locks pink
Impressive: The campaign marks Kate’s 22-year collaboration with the designer after she first walked the brand’s catwalk in 2000
Change: Kate dyed her hair pink for filming – but is known to be naturally blonde (pictured right last month)
The campaign marks Kate’s 22-year collaboration with the designer after she first walked the brand’s runways in 2000.
When Kate first dyed her hair for her now famous bedtime photo in the 1990s, she revealed she only kept her bright pink look for a week after Calvin Klein asked the in-demand model to have brown hair.
Kate said in 2014: ‘[It’s] so sad, because it was in this photo that she began to look good.
Revisited: The celebrity model dyed her bright pink for Versace’s Spring/Summer show in 1999 (pictured)
Meanwhile, Kate’s younger sister Lottie took aim at her in a scathing Instagram post last week.
The OnlyFans star, 24, has shared a candid message about growing up in the ‘toxic’ modeling industry and the toll it took on her as a young girl.
While acknowledging that she was brought up in a privileged home, Lottie felt no support from her sister Kate and said she was ‘pretty much alone’.
Lottie wrote: “It’s been a crazy year for me, I started in the worst place of my life and ended up in the best place I’ve ever been mentally.
“I know it’s hard for people to understand, but being in a toxic industry at a very young age really cost me.
“I understand that I come from a very privileged position as the sister of someone very famous, but believe it or not, that person was never really supportive of me.
“My parents were amazing but couldn’t understand what I was going through and didn’t know the full extent of what I was going through most of the time I was pretty much on my own so I had to navigate on my own and do the best that I could and feel like I could.
Lottie went on to say that she doesn’t think mainstream modeling is for her, but she remains grateful for the opportunities it has given her.
Speaking out: Kate’s younger sister Lottie took aim at her in a scathing Instagram post last week (pictured together in 2014)
The star added that she didn’t want her post to come across as a ‘poor me’ and said everyone, regardless of their background, was ‘their own traumas and experiences’.
Lottie is Kate’s half-sister through their father Peter Moss, with Kate already being a well-known model by the time Lottie was born.
Things weren’t always frosty between the siblings, with Lottie serving as one of Kate’s bridesmaids when she married ex-husband Jamie Hince in 2011.
Lottie signed with Storm Management in 2014 and began a career as a mainstream model, but has transitioned to a more X-rated career in recent years after joining subscription site OnlyFans, where she shares racy snaps and videos .
History: Lottie signed with Storm Management in 2014, but has moved on to a more X-rated career in recent years after joining subscription site OnlyFans