Every time there’s a new magazine pictorial with Kate Moss I feel words come in excess. She sure is a lovely woman, physically speaking. She sure is a constant in the everchanging fashion world.
Becoming such a worldwide known face had its downsides. For Kate is no role model, we’ve seen that over and over again. Malgré le cliché, Kate Moss is magazines-friendly. Like this Vogue Paris example with Kate Moss on the cover of VP’s October 2009 issue. (the story continues with more images right after the jump!)
It’s completely understandable that they use photo editing to wipe out the fatigue and the hard partying from her face, let’s not forget that the fashion world is about partying all the time. You’re either in, all the way, or out. Completely out. Kate’s bone structure and great metabolism (I just can’t see Kate Moss sweating her gorgeousness through harsh workout sessions!) provide her all the contracts she needs, even more, given that we’re slightly bored by her presence in fashion magazines allover the world, several times a year (strongly contrasting with so many other models more or less famous but nevertheless deserving magazines attention).
Our bigbrother-ish culture drives people to ask for more Kate. Because they know so much about her, because she’s restless and socially present. People see Kate Moss and think they know her. Which brings us to the inevitable question: fashion with Kate is it, really, friendlier? More accessible? (I don’t even want to talk about keeping her clothes on! It’s useless! As useless as talking about ending the prune! ) (photos via)