The British supermodel was announced as the face of the carbonated beverage last year to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
In the new campaign imagery, Moss wears a black dress with gold chain details with matching accessories resembling a Chanel couture spring 1992 dress. It was designed by her friend and stylist Katy England.
The images are inspired by the 11:30 Diet Coke Break ads from the ‘90s with references to the window overlooking the city while Moss sips her drink wearing a vintage chainmail gown.
“The success is testament to the strength of our partnerships, which saw the campaign reach over 96 percent of Diet Coke’s fashion-loving audience,” said Sean Kellett, partnerships and assets senior manager for Europe at The Coca-Cola Company.
Diet Coke recently reunited with London Fashion Week and the British Fashion Awards as headline sponsors and will continue to do so this year.
The role of creative director at Diet Coke has been vacant for a decade. It was previously held by Marc Jacobs, a close friend of Moss, when the soft drink celebrated its 30th anniversary back in 2013.
“The Diet Coke Breaks are classics, and I wanted to add a fashion twist to these moments. The campaign is very different aesthetically to the ‘90s and ‘00s but the narrative is the same. It’s all about a pause to love what you love and indulge yourself in that moment, without taking yourself too seriously,” said Moss.
Previous fashion collaborators with Diet Coke include Karl Lagerfeld, Jean Paul Gaultier, Jonathan Anderson, Matthew Williamson and Roberto Cavalli.