Kate Moss has published her first book – a stunning retrospective of 25 years in the business. Jessica Jonzen looks at why we're still so fascinated by her
She is the ultimate model of our time; the perfect blend of unique beauty meets glamorous seductress. Or as photographer Mario Testino once said, "she can be anything you want her to be." And this is, undoubtedly, the power of Kate. The greatest chameleon of the modern fashion world, her first book, Kate: The Kate Moss Book (Rizzoli) is a fitting testament to an incredible career. Through a series of images selected by Moss herself, it spans every moment from gawky teenager with potential to the style icon of her generation.
"We started talking about this project over a year ago", says Sarah Doukas, the managing director of Kate's agency, Storm, and the woman who famously discovered her at JFK airport in 1988. "It seemed an impossible task, but I'm amazed at the fantastic edit. I found it an emotional experience turning
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