A racy new exhibition of Kate Moss photographs has been handpicked by the model.
The annual collaborative exhibition from Osborne Samuel and Beetles + Huxley's galleries features 41-year-old Kate in various states of undress, including one full frontal image.
A number of naked pictures, shot by renowned photographers including Terry Richardson, Bruce Weber and her ex Mario Sorrenti feature in the exhibition.
One of Kate's first Calvin Klein images, for the 1993 Obsession campaign, shot by Mario is included and Kate previously spoke about his obsession with her.
In conversation with photographer and friend Nick Knight earlier this year, Kate said: "I'd wake up in the morning and he'd be taking pictures of me and I'd be like "F**k off" and I laid like that for about 10 days. He would not stop taking pictures of that.
"10 days?! We split up after that. When you're in a relationship with a photographer and they start abusing that relationship by being like, 'I want you to do this' it makes you like, 'No'.
"I didn't want to work all the time. He'd be like, 'Get up on the roof, take your clothes off' and I'd be like 'F**k off! I don't want to do that'."
The exhibition will take place at the Osborne Samuel and Beetles + Huxley Gallery in London from November 25 until December 23.