Kate Moss Goes Completely Naked for St. Tropez Ad

Celebrity Body May. 9, 2013 AT 11:20AM
Kate Moss has been appointed the new face of St. Tropez Kate Moss has been appointed the new face of St. Tropez Credit: St. Tropez

That's a good-looking . . . tan! Kate Moss is the new "face and body" of St. Tropez self-tanning products for their first-ever global advertising campaign. To prove St. Tropez won't leave streaks, the 39-year-old supermodel goes completely naked for her debut ad.

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"I'm so excited to be working with St.Tropez," she said in a statement to Us Weekly. "I've been using the products since they started and it's a really trustworthy, cool brand. I always feel more confident with a St. Tropez tan!" 

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The mother of one underscored just how confident she feels in the self-tanning product by posing nude, while lounging on her stomach by a pool for the stunning new photo shoot. The gorgeous model shows off her toned, tan bod while looking seductively at the camera.

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"We're absolutely thrilled that Kate Moss has chosen to work with us on our new campaign: it gives us the ultimate stamp of approval on the quality of our products. Kate epitomizes St. Tropez's naturally glamorous approach to self-tanning and is a long-time advocate of the brand," Michelle Feeney, CEO of PZ Cussons Beauty, owner of St. Tropez, said in a statement. "Kate's fashion icon status is important to us but now her growing number of beauty campaigns proves that her appeal as a beauty icon resonates with confident women across all age groups globally. 

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"Not only is she beautiful but she has this amazing attitude," Feeney added. "St. Tropez is about confidence."

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