Supermodel Kate Moss has featured in possibly one of her raciest shoots, which has been turned into a pop video. She looks sensual as she hitches up her skirt and pulls up her top to reveal her inners in the video.
The 37-year-old appears to be playing a hooker, wearing white pants, a black Dolce and Gabbana top, a black Jean Paul Gaultier style brassiere, black and white polka dot Moschino skirt and red and white polka dot platform sandals.
The video is part of a project based on a fashion shoot by photographer Nick Knight, reports dailymail.co.uk.
Called Editing Kate and organised by Knight's own fashion film website showstudio.com, it will see the footage of Knight's shoot "remixed" by various people.
The video featuring Moss is the first version, edited by Paris-based filmmaker Jamie Harley.
The shoot has been turned into a pop video by soundtracking the model's moves with Los Angeles-based electro pop artist Evan Voytas's song Tomorrow Night We'll Go Anywhere.
"Few people are as iconic as Kate, and the opportunity to work on footage by Nick Knight made it impossible to resist. I wanted the result to be as obsessional as possible," said Harley.