1994. In the 1990s, if you were a leading fashion photographer then you had to shoot Kate Moss. Paolo Roversi has shot her multiple times, in this case for the March 1994 issue of Vogue Paris. A photo from the sitting appears on the magazine’s cover, a variant of the image here on page 159 in an editorial entitled femmes-oiseaux:
Quand le noir fait le paon, la mousseline donne des ailes. Rien ne pèse, tout s’envole sure les reines d’une nuit poids plume.
The caption for this shot reads: “Yves Saint Laurent. Ballerine du soir en gazar noir d’Abraham et tulle point d’esprit de Hurel. Maquillage “Éveil” Yves Saint Laurent” [Evening ballerina in Abraham’s black gazar and Hurel point d’esprit tulle]. It’s a wonderfully soft, moody, impressionistic image, with Kate gazing mysteriously over her shoulder, a strand of hair falling across her face.