In the cruel world of modeling, may it be commercial, web, nude, fashion, or any other sub-field that comprises it, there is a bunch of feel-good stories that will serve as a genuine inspiration to people who are planning to pursue this career. Looking at the generations of modeling trends, there's at least one 'supermodel' who is able to surpass all the limits, and has endured the hardships of ever changing demands when it comes to this field.
If you happen to know the story of Kate Moss, you're a human. But metaphors aside, it's really good to know her story, especially about her beginnings and her career path. Kate Moss might be a very interesting point of comparison for aspiring models, or of those who are already thriving in this profession. But of course, again, her story will never fail to flaunt the negatives forever.
Be informed about some 11 things you must know about Kate Moss, one of this globe's supermodels.
In 1988, Sarah Doukas, founder of Storm Model Management, has seen her at JFK Airport in New York City. She was then given the offer to get into the industry.
Kate Moss made people want to buy the stuff she's been modeling for. More so, her unique and signature style in striking poses purposively made herself the standard in the industry.
This golden sculpture made by the artist Mark Quinn is displayed in the British Museum. According to the artist, making the masterpiece cost him £1.5 Million, and it is expected to cost £10 Million in the market. The artist chose Kate Moss as she's the "Modern day Aphrodite."
As she's one of the most in-demand models, Kate got various project offers from companies such as Burberry, Versace, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Dior, Givenchy, Calvin Klein, Balenciaga, and a lot more. What a tour!
Rasputina made the song "Kate Moss" as part of their 1996 album Thanks for the Ether. The song depicts an imagination featuring Moss who relays an annoying dogmatic message.
Come to think of it, Kate Moss is worth not just $1 Million, not $5 Million, not even $10 Million but..$50 Million. An agency or a company who could get her for a modeling project is really elite and rich!
Identified as a 'Special recognition award,' the distinction served as the British fashion industry's appreciation to Kate Moss' valuable contribution in the fashion scene for 25 years.
Since 2014, Kate Moss was involved in 3 film productions: The Boy In The Dress (2014), Ab Fab: The Movie (2016) and Zoolander 2 (2016).
In 2007, she coordinated with a British Women's clothing line Wallis to raise funds for cancer research, selling Moss' specially-designed accessory.
In 1995, For Him Magazine (FHM) recognized the supermodel as the 22nd sexiest woman. Four years after, Maxim voted her as the 9th Sexiest Woman on the Top 50 list.
While under the influence of cocaine and other drugs, Kate Moss became too clingy with Depp, and apparently, Johnny was very moody. These two clashing qualities caused their relationship to be instable and eventually broke them apart.