Kate Moss Collection

A meticulously researched archive of her work


1988 to 2007

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Mario Testino
Vogue Paris, Supplement cover “FETE!”, November 2003

Mario Testino

Vogue Paris, Supplement cover “FETE!”, November 2003

Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott

Vogue Italy, The Kate’s Way, November 2003

Bruce Weber

Vogue Italy, “A Letter To True”, November 2003

Ellen von Unwerth

Q magazine, cover and editorial, October 2003

(With David Bowie)

Lisa Yuskavage
W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003

Lisa Yuskavage

W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003

Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin

W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003

Michael Thompson

W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003

Mario Sorrenti
W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003
“Mario Sorrenti, on the other hand, offered a lesson in Fashion Photography 101, putting Kate in a beautiful dress (Lanvin), in a beautiful location (under the azalea bush in his garden), with beautiful lighting. For Sorrenti, the day felt something like a family reunion; he and Kate worked at his home, ate lunch together and talked. “We were just catching up on our lives, how funny it is to be growing up,” he says. The two met and fell in love as teenagers, and their careers soon took off together, he playing out his photographic fantasies with her as his muse.
“It wasn’t something that was conscious,” Sorrenti says, no doubt speaking for many of his peers as well. “I just loved taking pictures of her.””
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Mario Sorrenti

W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003

Mario Sorrenti, on the other hand, offered a lesson in Fashion Photography 101, putting Kate in a beautiful dress (Lanvin), in a beautiful location (under the azalea bush in his garden), with beautiful lighting. For Sorrenti, the day felt something like a family reunion; he and Kate worked at his home, ate lunch together and talked. “We were just catching up on our lives, how funny it is to be growing up,” he says. The two met and fell in love as teenagers, and their careers soon took off together, he playing out his photographic fantasies with her as his muse.

“It wasn’t something that was conscious,” Sorrenti says, no doubt speaking for many of his peers as well. “I just loved taking pictures of her.””



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David Sims

W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003

Tom Sachs
W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003
“Kate’s place in our consumer society sparked Sachs’s imagination as well. Sachs, whose conceptual sculpture and installation art have played with our quasi-fetishistic worship of status labels (think Prada plungers and Hermès hand grenades), dressed Kate not in couture but in a fast-food uniform. “Her appeal is universal, just like McDonald’s,” he explains. He is speaking, though, not only about Kate’s pleasing aesthetic but about the ubiquity that attractiveness has wrought: “She’s one of the highest paid fashion models ever. Of course her face is a brand—she’s a commodity.”“
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Tom Sachs

W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003

Kate’s place in our consumer society sparked Sachs’s imagination as well. Sachs, whose conceptual sculpture and installation art have played with our quasi-fetishistic worship of status labels (think Prada plungers and Hermès hand grenades), dressed Kate not in couture but in a fast-food uniform. “Her appeal is universal, just like McDonald’s,” he explains. He is speaking, though, not only about Kate’s pleasing aesthetic but about the ubiquity that attractiveness has wrought: “She’s one of the highest paid fashion models ever. Of course her face is a brand—she’s a commodity.”“


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Richard Prince

W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003

He has also painted pithy jokes, such as the one printed on the T-shirt that Kate, standing in front of one of his paintings, wears in his photograph here (I WENT TO SEE A PSYCHIATRIST. HE SAID ” TELL ME EVERYTHING.” I DID, AND NOW HE’S DOING MY ACT). In Prince’s other picture of Kate, in which she is dressed as a nurse and stands beside a painting of one, he toys with the question of who is borrowing from whom: Are we all—artists included—just a part of one endless cultural regurgitation?”


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Takashi Murakami
W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003
“Sachs’s take is echoed in the words of Takashi Murakami, who rendered a pregnant Kate surrounded by his cartoonish iconography of colorful flying eyeballs. No stranger to the fashion world—his collaboration with Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton on a collection of handbags caused a shopping frenzy that hasn’t been seen since Tickle Me Elmo—Murakami says what interests him about Kate is “the fact that she is able to maintain her value for so long.” As if she were a blue-chip stock.”
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Takashi Murakami

W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003

Sachs’s take is echoed in the words of Takashi Murakami, who rendered a pregnant Kate surrounded by his cartoonish iconography of colorful flying eyeballs. No stranger to the fashion world—his collaboration with Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton on a collection of handbags caused a shopping frenzy that hasn’t been seen since Tickle Me Elmo—Murakami says what interests him about Kate is “the fact that she is able to maintain her value for so long.” As if she were a blue-chip stock.”


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Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott

W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003

Craig McDean

W magazine, “All About Kate”, September 2003