Kate Moss Poses Naked For Playboy’s 60th Anniversary Issue; Receives Special Recognition Award At the 2013 British Fashion Awards

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By Rachelle Corpuz | December 5, 2013 8:18 PM EST

The 60th anniversary cover issue of Playboy magazine featuring Supermodel Kate Moss has recently been released. Moss was earlier featured in January-February issue of the adult magazine. She wore the traditional bunny outfit, but only sexier. It was a black bikini matched with bunny ears, bow tie, and a pair of high black stilettos.  

The supermodel represented a global icon according to Playboy's Editorial Director Jimmy Jellinek.

"She is one of the most important supermodels of the past 25 years," Jellinek said.

"This is a massive global brand," Playboy's editor-in-chief Hugh Hefner's son, Cooper said.

It was Cooper who revealed that Moss will be on their magazine's 60th anniversary issue.  He broke the news on Twitter. "You need a global icon in order to celebrate that," Cooper told the Los Angeles Times. "That was the impetus," he added.

The magazine features an 18-page pictorial of creative semi-naked pictures. This wouldn't be the first time that the model will pose naked for a magazine, all throughout her entire modeling career.

She has appeared topless for V magazine. She has also posed nude for Interview magazine. When you have a body like hers, even at 39, you will be more than proud to flaunt it. It looks like she has never gained much weight at all anyway. She has always been known to have unusually low weight, and a size zero model.

Meanwhile, Moss received a Special Recognition Award at the 2013 British Fashion Awards. The prestigious award was given to her to honor her amazing accomplishments in the modeling industry for 25 years. The 39-year-old model was speechless to accept the award.

"Oh my God," were the first words Moss uttered when she accepted the award on stage.

"It is so weird, very very surreal," she added. She thanked everyone that she has worked with and those modeling agencies that have always booked her.

"I am really very grateful," she concluded.

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