The troubled supermodel returns to the cover of British Vogue

By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated February 02, 2006 08:00 AM
Credit: Vogue/AP

Kate Moss is back in Vogue – or, to be more precise, on Vogue, where she is gracing the cover of March’s British edition of the fashion magazine.

The appearance – with Moss in a delicate white dress against a pink backdrop – marks the 32-year-old supermodel’s 21st time on the Vogue cover and the first time since allegations of cocaine use started generating headlines last September, after Moss was shown in a tabloid photo at a recording studio with her ex-beau, rocker Pete Doherty.

“It’s one of the most important issues of the year, and we know that our readers are big fans of hers,” Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman tells the Associated Press.

Inside the issue Moss also appears in ads for Stella McCartney, Roberto Cavalli and Longchamp.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday, she appeared – in person – at a central London police office, where for 80 minutes she spoke to detectives about the drug allegations.

Moss was not arrested or charged with any offense, say police officials, who explained that they would eventually submit a file to prosecutors, depending on the investigation’s outcome. Prosecutors will then decide what, if any, charges should be brought against Moss. On Thursday, the supermodel left Britain on a flight bound for Miami, Fla.