Another day and another cover for Kate Moss. Well to be exact, 4 covers of Kate Moss. For the Autumn/Winter 2014 issue, AnOther Magazine has enlisted four photographers and stylists to shoot the British model in their own interpretation resulting in Kate the Warholian muse by Olivier Rizzo and Willy Vanderperre; Kate the film star by Collier Schorr and Katy England; a sensual, sun-dappled Kate by Alasdair McLellan and Alister Mackie; Kate the provocateur by Craig McDean and Rizzo.
Described by AnOther’s editor-in-chief Jefferson Hack (and father of her child) as “our generation’s most significant fashion icon. She changed the history of fashion by breaking the rules as a model, channelling the ‘don’t give a fuck’ attitude of the noughties into a powerful signature stance of defiance…She did it without a script, without a plan, and seemingly without a care.”
“These stories are precisely about Kate Moss the fashion icon, not Kate Moss the person, who uses her intuition to interpret and bring to life in her unique way the vision of her collaborators,” says Hack. “This is why we can never get enough of Kate…she is beyond fashion”
With very few models getting to enjoy the success or icon status that Kate Moss has achieved, does the industry need Kate more than Kate needs the industry? In the mean time I guess it’s true what they say, Kate Moss is Never Enough.