>> In a radio interview yesterday, Kate Moss's agent (and Storm Models founder) Sarah Doukas said that Moss's cocaine scandal in 2005 has had no long-term effects on her career — her fees "did not go down," and her annual profits have increased from £2 million to £4 million ($3.2 million to $6.4 million) since. When asked if Moss's fee had actually risen as a result of the news, Doukas replied: "It's hard to say isn't it? I can't remember. It didn't go down, it didn't go down."
As for how she fielded the scandal's aftermath, Doukas explained: "I basically just spent a lot of time on the phone trying to reassure [Moss's] big clients that you can’t believe everything you read and, unfortunately, all press actually is good press in this world we live in. I took a strategic view of it, I just thought she will be fine, and I knew that some of my great clients, that were huge clients to her, they stuck by and said, 'We are in your capable hands, we will stick by her' — and they did."