calvin klein is releasing vintage kate moss t-shirts to help fight aids
It's the campaign that helped define 90s fashion, and now it can be yours for a worthy cause.
Kate Moss' Calvin Klein ads are still totally iconic, era-defining fashion images. 24 years after debuting alongside Mark Wahlberg as a topless 17-year-old in the controversial Herb Ritts-shot campaign, Kate and Klein still define each other.
Moss went on to star in many more powerful campaigns for the brand. Mario Sorrenti shot Moss at her heartbreakingly beautiful, waifish peak for Calvin Klein Eau De Toilette, where the unmade-up supermodel stared directly down the camera lens. David Sims, in 1993, captured Kate, playful and sensual, for one of the brand's underwear campaigns. Now, Calvin Klein is releasing these images, printed on black and white t-shirts, exclusive to Opening Ceremony as part of an initiative to support amfAR, the American Foundation for AIDS Research. What better excuse do you need for picking up a piece of fashion history? Purchase the tee on Opening Ceremony's website.
Text Felix Petty
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