The Must-Have Kate Moss Book
From her heroin chic days in the early ’90s to her Vogue-photographed wedding to Jamie Hince in 2011, Kate Moss is one of the most famous and most controversial models of her generation. With a career that spans two decades, she’s still one of the most in demand models of the time, despite her rather small stature for a model (she’s only 5’7). Her face can tell a thousand stories, but the real Kate Moss has always been rather coy when it comes to speaking with the press. That’s undoubtedly what has led the supermodel to having such a long career: she can embody the story behind any fashion shoot or ad campaign without having her own story overshadow it. Nevertheless, we always want to know a little more about who the real Kate Moss is, and now she’s giving us a peek with her book Kate: The Kate Moss Book, published by Rizzoli.
Kate created the book herself in collaboration with Fabien Baron and Jefferson Hack (who is also the father of Kate’s daughter). The book follows Kate over the course of her unimaginable career in fashion from her humble beginnings in The Face Magazine to her Calvin Klein ads with Marky Mark to her current career in her late 30s. The book features some of the most iconic photos of Kate by Arthur Elgort, Craig McDean, Juergen Teller, Terry Richardson, Herb Ritts and Hedi Slimane, as well as never before seen snapshots from Kate’s own photo album.
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Photo Courtesy of: Rizzoli
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