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Now the outtakes, which feature a topless Kate curled up in bed wearing nothing but black knickers, have been made public in all their glory for the first time. Other previously unseen snaps from the intimate photoshoot show Kate standing topless against a wall, protecting her modesty by wrapping her arms around her chest. The future supermodel is also seen lounging on a sofa and later delivering a piercing stare to the camera while shielding her eyes with an arm. They were displayed in public for the first time at the Calvin Klein Obsession launch party in London this week, attended by Kate, now 43, and celebs including Brooklyn Beckham and Winnie Harlow.
Kate Moss Won't Pose Nude Anymore, But There's Still The Internet
K ate Moss has given a rare, in-depth interview to Vanity Fair , in which she looks back on almost 25 years as a model. Her revelations that she felt exploited, panicked and out of her depth as a teenager plunged into the world of high fashion — together with the fact that pastoral care was basically nil — are sad and not surprising. You can only hope that today's models are better looked-after.
Kate Moss was on time. It was a chilly Tuesday in London, and although the British Fashion Awards gala had taken place the night before and Moss had been at an afterparty until at least 2 a. Especially for photo shoots. She was dressed unremarkably, in dark jeans and a gray sweater, but the cook, who was making eggs to order, stopped and stared. Nearly everyone walking in and out of the room had the same reaction, but Moss was oblivious to the attention. She waited patiently for the photographers to arrive, paging through a glossy book that had been left on a table. It was a history of fashion photography and, naturally, contained many pictures of her. Her image which can morph from waif to vixen to polished to bohemian and back again and her personal style which is high-low eclectic and has been widely copied by designers and mere mortals alike have made her the most sought-after muse of our time. Those Day pictures, which appeared in The Face in , were groundbreaking: Moss was either naked or dressed in simple, nondescript clothing, which meant that the photos were about her more than any trend.