For 20 years Kate Moss has utterly fascinated the fashion industry—and we're no exception, of course. (When I did my stint as an intern here at Fashionista five years ago, more than a few of our office passwords revolved around Miss Moss.) Now, a new book out tomorrow aims to explain why we're still all totally obsessed with the supermodel.
According to its Amazon page, Christian Salmon's Kate Moss: The Making of an Icon explores Moss' proclivity for reinvention and her ability to stay relevant — cutting edge, even over the span of her two-decade career. It tells "the story of an icon, a muse, a legend, an enigma — and how our culture has created the collective Kate Moss myth."
There's one magazine in particular that's been particularly important in perpetuating the "Kate Moss myth": Vogue. According to Stylelist, Moss has appeared on the cover of international issues of Vogue a whopping 300 times.
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