Kate Moss Reunites with Calvin Klein
Kate Moss continues to kick along the comeback trail, reuniting with the designer who put her on the map in the first place, in 1992: Calvin Klein.
The British supermodel, 32, who's had her share of well-publicized personal troubles lately, on Monday signed to appear on Calvin Klein billboards and in publications this fall for a reputed salary of $900,000, reports the Associated Press.
"Kate and the Calvin Klein brand have a long history together, and it felt natural to reunite them for this new Jeans campaign, which will inevitably reignite that spark and highlight the sexy, cool essence of both Kate and Calvin Klein," said Fabien Baron, the creative director of the campaign, which is to be shot in New York this week.
Appearing with Moss will be British male model Jamie Dornan.
Moss previously worked with the brief-ly clad Mark Wahlberg in her original Calvin campaign.
Last fall, Burberry and other fashion houses canceled contracts with Moss after a British tabloid published a photo of her allegedly using cocaine. Since then, she has re-launched her career, signing several contracts after she apologized and attended rehab.