Prepare your coffee tables for one fashionable tome – a retrospective of Kate Moss’s impressive body of modelling work is to be published in in November this year.
Published by Rizzoli and edited by publisher Jefferson Hack (the father of Moss’ child Lila) and casting director and close friend, Jess Hallett, the book promises to be a carefully compiled edit of Kate’s best work selected by the woman herself, from her first shoot for The Face with Corinne Day in 1990, to campaigns and editorials shot by some of the world’s best fashion photographers, from Juergen Teller to Karl Lagerfeld.
Aside from Taschen’s Kate Moss by Mario Testino, no coffee table book on Moss has ever been released, and this will span her entire career including her design work for Topman and Longchamp.
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As no tell-all autobiography ever seems likely from a model that until recently, refused to give interviews, this is a chance for hardcore Moss fans to get a personal look at Kate’s career.
Kate: The Kate Moss Book will be published in the 6 November by Rizzoli.