The dress Kate Moss chose to wear for the launch of “Kate: The Kate Moss Book,” a book about Kate Moss, doesn’t really make much sense, but she could probably wear, like, the most appalling Liberace get-up and women all around the world would be like, “Need.” I guess you can wear whatever the hell you want when you’re a grungy 5’7″ girl from Croydon with crooked teeth who became one of the most universally recognizable (and loved) faces of all time. Oh, and on top of this whole book situation, there’s also going to be a Kate Moss documentary! Two decades after her modeling debut, Ms. Moss is still killing it, and is it any wonder why? Er, I may be slightly biased. Just slightly.
These photos of Rihanna and Best Supermodel of All Time Kate Moss getting a bit Sapphic are pretty hot. Photographed for the latest issue of V magazine, the pair are rather good at affecting a lesbian lover kind of vibe. We’re feeling it. Check out the additional photos after the jump. [Rihanna Fenty] Keep reading »
“I had a nervous breakdown when I was 17 or 18, when I had to go and work with Marky Mark. It didn’t feel like me at all. I felt really bad about straddling this buff guy. I didn’t like it. I couldn’t get out of bed for two weeks. I thought I was going to die. I went to the doctor and he said, ‘I’ll give you some Valium.’
It was just anxiety. Nobody takes care of you mentally. There’s a massive pressure to do what you have to do (and) I was really little … I didn’t like it. But it was work, and I had to do it.”
– Kate Moss describes the effects of the photoshoot with Mark Wahlberg that produced an iconic Calvin Klein ad campaign and helped make her one of the highest paid supermodels in the world. I really admire her for being so honest about this, but I’ve gotta say, this quote makes me incredibly sad. Keep reading »
Kate Moss really opens up in a new Vanity Fair interview, discussing all those years of “heroin chic” talk and anorexia rumors, her relationship with Johnny Depp, and more. Highlights:
- On heroin chic: “I had never even taken heroin—it was nothing to do with me at all. I think Corinne [Day]—she wasn’t on heroin but always loved that Lou Reed song, that whole glamorizing the squat, white-and-black and sparse and thin, and girls with dark eyes. She loved that look.” Read more…
It’s so utterly strange to see supermodel Kate Moss proffer up a genuine smile, so we felt the need to record it. Here she is with her daughter Lila Grace (whose father is ex Jefferson Hack), single-handedly bolstering the video rental market, because of course Kate Moss is too cool for a Netflix account.
As summer winds down and the evenings start cooling off, we’re reaching for transition pieces to throw over our tanks and summer dresses. A blazer is always a good bet, and as these stylish celeb illustrate, there are about a million ways to wear it. Click through to check out how the stars are wearing their blazers, and stay tuned for a shopping guide later this week to help you snag the ideal blazer of your own!
Kate Moss is — what? — like 45? And she’s smoked and drank and drugged her way through most of her life? And still, she looks so dreamy and perfect. It’s so annoying. Here she is in a new ad for Rag & Bone clothing, looking near perfect. She’s just proof positive that clean living will get you absolutely nowhere.
The elusive Kate Moss rarely does interviews, but on the off occasion she does, she manages to give some pretty entertaining sound bites. In an interview with Italian fashion weekly Grazia, the British supermodel discussed her frequent wardrobe malfunctions, her husband’s say in her sartorial choices (he likes her when she’s a “rock ‘n’ roll kind of girl”), and walking her new dog. That’s right: Kate Moss has a dog.
“I’ve got a dog. He’s eight months. So I’ve got a dog, and the dog’s making me more ‘day.’ It’s a nightmare. … I’m having to rethink everything. You can’t walk a dog in a heel. You look ridiculous.”
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Begun after artist Jeff Gaudinet and a friend had a miscommunication about skating and Kate Moss, the Skate Moss project allows users and fans to “make” their own fantasy skateboards emblazoned with Kate Moss’s image and name. So far, the boards aren’t in production, but if there’s two things that go together, it’s overly hormonal skateboarders and naked girls, so kudos, Mr. Gaudinet. [Skate Moss]
Seriously, has Kate Moss ever left the house looking anything other than absolutely, effortlessly perfect? Thirty-eight years of endless debauchery have hardly taken a toll on her looks and style, and she’s still rocking the same trademark eccentricities that she single-handedly made so popular twenty years ago: unfussy middle-parted hair with visible roots, subtly smoky eyes with otherwise natural makeup, a knowing smirk, and the best cheekbones ever. (And who could forget the sexy rock star husband arm candy?) Am I obsessed? One could say that, but I honestly think Kate gets better and better with age.