Kate Moss mosquito net dress malaria

Kate Moss models the latest in mosquito netting to raise malaria awareness. Photo courtesy of Sport Relief

Kate Moss' latest designer frock is nothing but net, baby.

No, seriously.

The supermodel dons a silver William Tempest dress made from recycled mosquito nets in a new Sport Relief charity campaign designed to raise awareness about malaria.

The dress is surprisingly chic -- and non-revealing -- considering its origins. According to the UK-based Sport Relief, the corseted dress was inspired by "architecture set against the skyline and by the way it shimmers in the sun."

"I was shocked to hear that one child dies from malaria in Africa every 30 seconds, that's why I was happy to be involved in this important project for Sport Relief," Moss says in a press statement.

"William Tempest's dress, which incorporates recycled malaria nets is absolutely gorgeous, I loved wearing it and working with William. It's a great way of raising awareness of the seriousness of malaria, a disease which is both preventable and treatable."

She also urges the public to make £5 (about $8) donations to provide mosquito nets to those in need.

The dress will be auctioned in the future, with funds benefiting Sport Relief.

"Kate looks amazing in the dress and I hope its auction will raise lots of money and bring awareness to such a great cause," says Tempest.

Talk about a net gain!

Meanwhile, read about Sandra Bullock's Bochic bracelet for Haiti relief.