Perhaps since she recently collaborated with George Michael on his “White Light” music video, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Kate Moss appears with the openly gay popstar on the October issue of Vogue Paris. Yet our eyebrows are as high, though not quite as sculpted, as George’s over seeing the cover-shot by Mario Testino.

Aside from the fact that George Michael hasn’t really been relevant to fashion since he paraded Naomi, Cindy, Linda and Christy through the “Freedom ’90” video — though those credentials are good for at least one lifetime — editrix Emmanuelle Alt already put Moss on the cover of the mag’s September issue.

But then again, Alt has used Gisele on about every other cover since taking over for Carine Roitfeld last year, so she’s not really one for shaking things up. And Testino’s been treading water for like a decade, at least, and the cover looks like he put in the minimum effort.

All in all, nothing should be surprising about this. And maybe that’s what’s so surprising. Well, that and George’s eyebrows, which seem to reflect the shock of the general public.

Photo: The Fashion Spot

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