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Kate Moss Biography
Moss excelled at sport but was not much of an academic, reportedly achieving for her GCSE exams, one C in Science with the remainder being Ds, Es and Fs.
In 1988, at age 14, she went on a family holiday to the Bahamas. Whilst waiting for her return flight to the UK at JFK Airport, New York City, she was discovered by Sarah Doukas, founder of Storm Model Agency. The rest, as they say, is history.
Kate Moss joined Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer and Linda Evangelista, in becoming the Supermodels of the 1990s. It was however, in somewhat of an antithesis to the other’s glowing healthy looks and towering frames, that Moss spawned a resurgence of the ‘waif look’, a la Twiggy in the 1960s. Like Twiggy, Moss is skinny and is also much shorter than the other supermodels.
It all began with her first cover shoot for British magazine “The Face” in 1997, which evoked much public conjecture over her skinniness. Further controversy followed Moss as she posed scantily clad for Calvin Klein underwear adverts, and then posed nude for an advert for Calvin Klein perfume, ‘Obsession’. She was criticised for giving further endorsement to the controversial 1990s ‘heroin chic’ look, which many people thought dangerous and unnecessary to glamorise in the world of fashion, already notorious for its drug culture.
Moss seldom gives interviews and for this reason, she is an easy target for the paparazzi and the press. However, she doesn’t always turn a blind eye and once successfully sued the UK Sunday Mirror when they claimed that years earlier, she had fallen into a coma following a cocaine binge in Spain. She has been accused of many things, ranging from being a long-term cocaine user, to taking heroin, to having anorexia, to indulging in lesbian affairs and participating in threesomes with her friend, Sadie Frost and British TV star Davinia Taylor, as well as with Sadie and her then-husband, actor Jude Law. Moss always responds that the claims are ridiculous.