LONDON – Kate Moss will appear on the cover of British Vogue, publisher Conde Nast announced Wednesday — the latest sign of the supermodel's rapid comeback from allegations of cocaine use.
The magazine's March edition features Moss in a delicate white dress against a pink backdrop.
It is the 21st time Moss has graced British Vogue's cover, and the first since the cocaine allegations hit the headlines in September.
Moss lost contracts with H&M, Burberry and Chanel after the Daily Mirror tabloid published pictures of her apparently using cocaine in a west London music studio where her then-boyfriend, rock musician Pete Doherty, was recording with his group Babyshambles.
She left Britain when the drug allegations broke, checking into an Arizona rehab clinic.
Despite the skittishness of some labels, Moss's work has not dried up since the drug allegations. She appeared on the November issue of W and the December editions of Vanity Fair and French Vogue and filmed a TV ad for cell-phone company Virgin Mobile.
Inside the March issue of British Vogue, published Friday, Moss appears in ads for Stella McCartney, Roberto Cavalli and Longchamp.
British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman said she was "delighted to have Kate on the cover of March Vogue."
"It's one of the most important issues of the year and we know that our readers are big fans of hers," Shulman said.
Moss was back in Britain Tuesday, speaking to detectives about the drug allegations at a central London police office.
Moss was quizzed for 80 minutes before leaving in a silver Mercedes without speaking to reporters. She was not arrested or charged with any offense, police officials said.
Police said they would eventually submit a file to prosecutors depending on the investigation's outcome. Prosecutors will eventually decide if any charges should be brought against the model.