Kate Moss has clocked over a new milestone by landing her 32nd cover for British Vogue magazine. Making her one of the fashion bible's favourite cover stars, the supermodel has been photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for the June issue.

Celebrating all things Olympic-related, the 'Going for Gold' June issue is a tribute to sport, style and shape. For the cover, Moss poses next to a giant rope in a sexy cream and gold embellished number designed by Versace. Her hair oozes glamour in old school pin curls which was created by Malcolm Edwards.

"There were two camps. We were choosing between pulling her hair back really tightly and making it really sporty - since it's the Olympics issue - and having it really glamorous to show her as the British icon she is," Malcolm Edwards said. "I was really keen to create a really iconic style, but I think [photographers] Mert and Marcus wanted it pulled back. Kate was all prepped so I said 'let's put her in the clothes and see', and luckily they went with the iconic look."

Kate's first outing for Vogue UK was back in March 1993 when she was just 19 years old. What a long way she has come.