LONDON - KateMoss is back at work after checking out of an Arizona rehabilitation clinic last month.
The 31-year-old British supermodel entered The Meadows clinic outside Phoenix after photos allegedly showing her snorting cocaine were published in a British tabloid in September. Moss left the clinic in late October.
She spent two days on the Spanish island of Ibiza last week for a photo shoot for Roberto Cavalli, said a statement issued Tuesday through her London spokesman.
"Kate looks absolutely fantastic. She is confident and stylish and she works well with the Cavalli look. She is back working and doing what she does best and, like usual, she was really professional," Cavalli said.
Moss modeled the Italian designer`s spring and summer collection for photos that will appear next year in Vogue, W and other magazines, the statement said.
Her spokesman, Stuart Higgins, said Moss wouldn`t make any public comments about her experience at the clinic or her work.
The Storm agency has said Moss will be working on modeling assignments in Los Angeles, Paris and New York.
She has lost contracts with H&M, Burberry and Chanel.
Moss, who began modeling at 14, issued a statement after the photos were published saying she was addressing her problems and took "full responsibility" for her actions