London: 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.