They're neighbours, colleagues and now, co-faces of the latest French Vogue.
Fresh from starring in his music video for White Light, Kate Moss stars alongside George Michael on the October issue of the glossy magazine, well and truly cementing their new BFF status.
The magazine cover, shot by Mario Testino, sees the glamorous couple striding towards the camera, Kate wearing a sparkling scarlet floor-length gown while a spit-and-polished George has a finely plucked pair of eyebrows to match his sharp tuxedo.
Airbrushing aside, the styling gives little of the cover story away, save for the 'hint': "The pop star falls for the top model". That, we already know.
George Michael recently revealed that his firm friendship with Kate Moss is based on more than shared fame and a love of hobnobbing with the glitterati, and is closer to a, dare we say it, mother-son relationship.
The Croydon-based model has clearly stirred something deep in the pop star, who said that he recognises something of his late Mum in 38-year-old Ms Moss.
"Every boy who has lost their mum thinks his mum was the most beautiful woman in the world", the 49-year-old Londoner told UK radio station, Magic FM. "Why not ask someone who is considered the most beautiful woman in the world in many ways to be that figure?"
Whatever next, matching tattoos?
Elsewhere in Vogueland, the Conde Nast heavyweight is making waves for all the wrong reasons.
Vogue Hommes International has sparked widespread criticism for a cover that apparently glamorises violence against women.
The men's magazine's latest cover sees a stunning Stephanie Seymour being 'choked' by male model Marlon Teixeira. As Daily Life put it, the "unsubtle imagery" can "most accurately be described as high fashion meets domestic violence".