Kate: The Kate Moss Book

Encuadernación: Hardback
Idioma: English
Páginas: 300
Medidas: 27.00 x 36.00 cm

The image of Kate Moss has become ubiquitous in our culture, with her famous face gracing the pages of the top glossy magazines–she has been on more covers of British Vogue than any model in history–and advertising billboards worldwide. Beloved by fashion photographers and featured in the advertising campaigns of luxury brands Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and Burberry, to name a few, Moss transcends brands and trends with her unique beauty and distinctively risky style. This landmark book celebrates the phenomenon of Kate Moss, a world-class model who became something more, a style icon and a muse to the most important designers and artists of our time. The book follows Moss’s evolution, from the shy teenager who appeared on the cover of The Face in 1990, to her rise to supermodel status, to her collaborations with fashion photographers Corinne Day, Nick Knight, Mert & Marcus, Mario Sorrenti, Mario Testino, and Juergen Teller, among others, to the importance of her personal aesthetic, which is instinctive and always on the edge. Published with the support of Storm Model Management and Marilyn Agency, Paris, the book features an unprecedented collection of images from the leading photographers of our time. Artifacts, such as her scheduling diaries and previously unseen photographs, make this volume unique in its exploration of Moss as a cultural icon. Texts by the curators Rejane Bargiel and Pamela Golbin explain Moss’s impact in our image-focused society.

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