How Kate Moss changed the modelling industry

Kate Moss

Kate Moss “really did change” the modelling industry.

The 40-year-old supermodel believes her petite figure set her apart from the curvaceous and tall models who rose to prominence in the ’80s and ’90s and insists her unique look paved the way for unconventional beauty in the modelling world.

When asked how the industry has changed since she took on her first job aged just 16 in 1990, Kate said: “It’s more about a unique, interesting, individualistic look. You don’t need to be perfect or conventionally pretty anymore. I don’t know that I’m responsible for that but I think we really did change things when I started.”

Meanwhile, the fashion icon recently starred in a campaign for Burberry’s latest fragrance My Burberry alongside model of the moment Cara Delevingne.

Kate was impressed by the 22 year old’s confidence in front of the camera and revealed the pair had more important things to discuss than beauty tips on set.

She said: “Cara’s got it – she doesn’t need advice, she knows what she is doing, she’s very confident in front of the camera. She’s a great model.

“Cara doesn’t really wear much make up. She has a very natural look; she only really wears makeup when she’s at work. We talk about everything else but makeup!”

However, Kate always keeps an eye out for new products while working and recently discovered St.Tropez’s Self Tan Luxe Dry Oil which has helped her to achieve a healthy glow all year round.

She explained: “I often find new products on shoots – I recently discovered St.Tropez’s Self Tan Luxe Dry Oil, it gives my skin a subtle golden shimmer which looks great for a night out.

“Having a tan gives you a healthier glow; you just look healthier in general. You can get away with a late night with a tan – it covers up a multitude of sins and it also makes you look more defined.”

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  1. Avatar F Dar February 19th, 2014 at 3:41 pm

    Why is Saudi Arabia buying all these expensive jet fighters & armaments? Is it ,at last , ready to counter the Zionist/Iseraeli threat in its neighbourhood? Or will Saudi Arabia now stand up & come to the aid of millions of Muslims being oppressed in E.Africa,CAR,Mali,Nigeria etc??

  2. Avatar Shaban Liu February 20th, 2014 at 11:41 pm

    Middle East is the unstable region. They need national security. It is the world’s richest country because of its abundant petroleum resources. So they have enough financial ability to afford to its expenses. The most important reason is strengthen the ties between UK and Saudi Arabia. UK is still among the most powerful country all over the world but also the permanent members of the U.N. Security Council. They need the cooperation of UK in most important international issue.

    1. Avatar F Dar February 21st, 2014 at 3:20 am

      ” Middle East is an unstable region” ,because USA& Europeans betrayed the Arabs , took money from Zionist Jews & helped them evict Palestinians from their land& homes, to set up ‘an Apartheid Colony’ on stolen land & called it “Israel”. ‘Rich ‘Arabs were black-mailed by USA & UK ,& told not to take action to help Palestinians. ‘Israel’ is the root cause of instability in the Mid-East. All this Arab money is spent on ‘armaments’ which will not be allowed to be used against ‘Israel’.. What a waste of money1
      By the way,stop day-dreaming about “UK…is a …powerful country’. They are merely USA’s running-dogs . Uwongo mtupu! .


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