Larger than life, loud but not Scary, the star, 39, talks sweets, spice and being naughty, nice and in the nude. I designed that outfit and loved it, but I have no idea how I danced in those heels. A lot of my stage costumes were specially made. I was obsessed with my outfits.
Supermodels on the Toilet
Kate Moss takes to complaining about the fashion business - Telegraph
Why do newspapers hate Kate Moss so much? There is a strange editorial divide when it comes to the essential and never-ending news cycle that is the life of Kate Moss. The broadsheets seem to love her, using any old excuse to print photos of her. Which is odd, when you think about it, because surely it should be the other way round, with the tabloids loving this gorgeous female celebrity who is a guaranteed source of sales, and the broadsheets holding up their noses at this — ew!
Kate Moss Was Pressured Into Showing Her Boobs At 16, 'I'd Lock Myself In The Toilet And Cry'
Occasionally though, it can be useful to share confidences, and such a moment has arrived with the publication of a book to mark her plus years in the business. The idea that being rich, beautiful and fawned over by fashion houses, magazine editors and famous photographers is something to envy gets knocked on the head in a few heartbreaking sentences. The real culprit, she says, was hunger. Earning a crust in the fashion trade was one thing.
S he is laughing, but the body language couldn't be clearer — Kate Moss covers her bare breasts with an arm, and hunches over, trying to conceal the rest of her naked body with a sunhat. So I'd lock myself in the toilet and cry and then come out and do it. I never felt very comfortable about it. Moss also tells the magazine that she sought medical help for anxiety two years later.