The world famous supermodel was shot for the men's magazine earlier this year; now Playboy has released a first image from the editorial.
Playboy took to Facebook Wednesday to reveal the first glimpse of the British model Kate Moss, in her debut shoot for the magazine.
"Next Month in #Playboy... 60th anniversary cover girl #KateMoss, shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott," announced the brand.
In the photo, Moss sports the classic 'Playboy Bunny' costume from the magazine's 1960s heyday which includes retro bunny ears, and a fluffy fur tail. The shoot, which will appear in full in the January/February issue commemorates the magazine's 60th birthday, and the model's 40th.
She's the latest in a long line of major fashion names to strip off for the men's magazine. Naomi Campbell appeared in Playboy in 1999 in a David LaChapelle shoot, while fellow supermodel Claudia Schiffer appeared in the May 1997 issue. Back in the 1990s Cindy Crawford was also shot by Herb Ritts for the magazine, while more recently Czech beauty Eva Herzigova made an appearance in the August 2004 edition.