The book is a fat one—448 pages of photographs chosen by Kate Moss herself, who led the waif evolution in the fashion world in the 90s. Kate: The Kate Moss Book is a chronicle in photos of the British supermodel’s career, tracing her beginnings as a teenage fresh face to being one of the most iconic models to have ever graced magazine covers and walked the runway.
The Kate Moss Book was created by the supermodel herself in collaboration with fashion bigwigs Fabien Baron, Jess Hallett, and Jefferson Hack, and published by Rizzoli.
The book tells the Kate Moss story in stunning photos from the world’s most prominent photographers, including the iconic Mario Testino and Corinne Day, whose shots of Kate for The Face, launched the model’s career.
Any fashionista—and a Kate Moss fan at that—would have a feast. You wouldn’t get tons of tips spoon-fed to you here, but page after page of high fashion as only the British supermodel can pull off. You get the idea. Inspiration in photos.
Kate Moss was born in Croydon, England in 1974. At the age of 14, she was discovered by a scout at the JFK Airport in New York. Her career took off in 1990 after Corinne Day took shots of her for the British magazine, The Face.
The Grunge Look
Indeed, Kate Moss became the new face of fashion, popularizing the grunge or hungry look, a waif in contrast to the curvaceous models of the time such as Cindy Crawford and Claudia Schiffer. Kate Moss redefined the concept of ‘supermodel,’ although mostly in a controversial sense.
With a career spanning two decades, Kate Moss has scored countless of magazine covers and high-profile brand endorsements. She has worked with Yves Saint Laurent, Calvin Klein, Prada, Chanel, Agent Provocateur, Bvlgari, L’Oreal, and other illustrious names in the fashion and beauty business.
Here are some of the magazine covers Kate Moss has done over the years:
At $85, Kate: The Kate Moss Book is a must-have for true fashionistas and aspiring models around the world. Will you be picking up a copy?