Kate Moss

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Kate Moss

Author Chris Roberts

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Hardback
144 pages
243 x 191mm
Published Jan 2014
ISBN 9781780974576
Book Summary

"Kate Moss has grown up in public," wrote journalist Julie Burchill back in 1999, "into one of the most singular and shimmering icons our damp little island has ever produced." Today, Kate is one of the most recognizable - and, against all odds, durable - stars alive. To more than one generation, she's the rebel queen, the model who made herself the embodiment of the rock'n' roll spirit, the stylista and the unconventional mother and wife. In celebration of her 26-year career and 40th birthday in January 2014, this book looks back at her life in beautiful images and revealing text.

Moss has achieved something that no other model has. She has worked in fashion for over three decades, launching trends, defining styles, but never becoming dated. Most models become irrevocably associated with one era, but not Kate. Her look evolves and so does she, which makes her an endlessly fascinating subject, photographically and biographically.

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