Article excerpted from
Brit rock chick Kate Moss strikes a fierce pose in a jacket made of blonde hair, paired with an underbust corseted girdle which seems appropriate as she leads the women who embodied the term ’supermodel’ back onto the cover of V magazine.
The ladies may be a little bit older and wiser, but Kate, Naomi Campbell, and Claudia Schiffer still look as stunning as ever.

The 35-year-old is one of six supermodels to be photographed by legendary photographer Mario Testino for special edition of front covers of this month’s V magazine.
The U.S. fashion bible has issued it’s first ever swimwear issue.  Instead of hiring new faces, they opted for a who’s who of vintage supermodels all in their thirties.  Joining Kate on covers are Naomi, 38, Eva Herzigova, 36, and Claudia, 38.
Amongst the younger models taking part in the edition, which hits newstands on May 6, are Gisele Bundchen, 28, Daria Werbowy, 25, and upcoming model Chanel Iman, 19.
Campbell is pictured in a slinky one-piece swimsuit, gold cuffs and bunny ears for the magazine.  But, despite her starring role in the shoot, she recently revealed she is thinking of retiring from the catwalk.
‘It’ll be 25 years next year. In terms of fashion shows, I don’t really see myself doing every show everywhere,’ the 38-year-old said.  ‘I’m a woman and I’d like to be a mother one day.’
Campbell recently set up home in Brazil with her Russian property tycoon boyfriend Vladislav Doronin, but admitted she yearns for Britain.
‘I miss Marks & Spencer. I have to be honest, I just don’t like the chocolate as much in America or other places. Britain has the best chocolate,’ she told Hello! magazine.