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  • before, because my husband [The Kills musician Jamie Hince, though the couple are understood to be estranged] would wear them, and I would be like, ‘Ooh!’ And then I started stealing his. It’s the way that I like to dress. You know, when you just throw on a silk shirt and feel good in it. It’s kind of that tomboy but sexy dressing I feel comfortable in for the day.”

    black cargo jacket over her shoulders, a black top, black boots, a black handbag and black sunglasses. “I can’t be bothered to get a look together,” she says of her daywear now. “But at night, I love dressing up. I go all out.” 

    She may be dismissive of her
    day-to-day style but, for most of us, ‘unbothered’ Kate represents the pinnacle of wardrobe goals. Which is why the idea of a new fashion collaboration, with another
    bastion of cool, French contemporary label Equipment, comprising some of Moss’ favorite prints – lightning bolts, stars, leopard – has us itching to own it. 

    “It’s just the kind of things I would wear,” explains Moss. “I’ve worn Equipment shirts a lot

    “[My new collection] is kind of that Tomboy but Sexy dressing I feel Comfortable in for the day”

    These days, Moss stores all of her clothes, that vast archive of iconic pieces, off-grid. “I’ve got a special, secret place,” she reveals. Where? “I’m not telling or somebody will burgle me. I learned the Rolling Stones have an archive and nobody knows where it is, even their children!” Is it like a hangar of clothes? “No hangar,” she scoffs. “I’ve lost a lot of stuff over the years, but I’ve still got some.” And what will she do with it all? “I’ll save it for my daughter [Lila Grace, 13, with former partner Jefferson Hack]. I bought her an Ossie Clark dress, you know the one that Twiggy wore in that Richard Avedon [shoot], that white chiffon with

    Jacket by
    Kate Moss for
    Equipment; scarf
    by Rockins

                        
    Credits

    Words: Emma Sells. Fashion: Jessica Steuart. Photograph: Bruce Anderson

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