Famous for rarely giving interviews, Kate Moss recently opened up to the NY Times about her collaboration with Danzigger Projects. She's been helping to curate a collection of 11 of her favourite pictures, by her 11 favourite photographers. The 30 limited edition portfolios, which span 15 years of Kate's career, will sell for an estimated $78,000 each. Keep reading to hear more from Kate, then click through to see some of our favourite Kate Moss editorials.
- On being an 'Icon': "I guess I’m adaptable. I don’t know, I kind of go with whatever they want. I don’t see myself as one thing. You know, I turn up at work and they can kind of do what they want with me, really [laughs]."
- On her avoidance of interviews: "I just hate it...I think that a lot of the time you walk in a room they already know what they want to write about you, so it doesn’t matter what you’re like."
- On how she feels about being an artist's muse rather than a model: "Flattered, I suppose. But I’ve worked with a lot of artists....And, you know, we’d see each other out, hang out at parties and what have you, and over the years they’d ask me to do odd projects."
- On her favourite print in the collection: I think probably the Mario Sorrenti print, the first black-and-white one in the series. Even though...I was in a relationship with him at the time and it was a very intense period of my life — it was my growing-up stage."
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