updated 06/28/2006 AT 9:00 AM ET
•originally published 06/28/2006 AT 9:15 AM ET
Kate Moss, who in September was scrapped from Burberry’s ad campaign and her photos removed from the label’s flagship store amid allegations of drug use, is back in the good graces of the British fashion house.
The 32-year-old supermodel, who apologized to “all the people I have let down” and underwent rehab at an Arizona facility, now appears in a white lace trench coat in an ad that’s part of Burberry’s fall-winter 2006-07 campaign, the Associated Press reports.
Moss’s spread is one in a series of ads launched Monday to celebrate the company’s 150th anniversary. The black-and-white photos, set against London cityscapes and shot by Mario Testino, also feature, among others, 1960s model Penelope Tree and actor Max Irons, son of Jeremy Irons.
Burberry distanced itself from Moss after The Daily Mirror published photos of her allegedly using cocaine, although the company said in November that it had not severed ties with Moss.
Earlier this month, British prosecutors announced that Moss would not face drug charges, citing insufficient evidence.