Because Kate Moss has wisely decided to zip her lip throughout her entire modeling career, she's retained a sense of mysteriousness about her. Even when times were tough (coke scandal, anyone?), the model's silence has allowed her an enigmatic and aloof countenance, part condescending (as if she were silently telling us she's too good to talk to us, like the popular girl in high school) and part incredibly wise (as Mark Twain once said, "It is better to keep silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt.") An added bonus to her mystique? You can dress her up as anything or anyone you like and each persona immediately fits her like a bedazzled, leather glove. Heroin chic? Sure. Doe-eyed innocent? Yup. Crackheaded sexpot? That's her on the day-to-day, but she also nails it in high-end editorials from the biggest magazines in the world. Now, Vogue Paris has dressed her up as the early 1970's icon David Bowie during when he took on the guise of the epicene alien Ziggy Stardust, and we're loving it. We also don't mind that she's been Photoshopped to look as if her skin is a silky and dewy as fresh snow. Whatever works, girl.