This year marks 25 years that Kate Moss has been in the business - yes it's her silver jubilee. To celebrate her anniversary, this week's issue of Grazia is a Kate Moss special covering everything from her first shoot, to a detailed style-ography to a trip down man memory lane.
Yes we've covered every angle of Moss, from her Ginsberg is God sweater to that see-through silver dress she wore on the red carpet with Depp. This week's iPad issue of Grazia is also a special souvenir issue that features 25 covers that span Kate's career.
Discovered in 1988 by Storm Model Management founder Sarah Doukas, while queuing for a flight home from JFK airport, Kate then bagged her first cover for The Face at just 16. She exploded into the fashion world thanks to the black and white shoot by Corinne Day and since then Kate has been unstoppable.
'She is an extraordinary amazing person and such a wonderful model,' Sarah has said of Kate. 'There is nobody like her.' These days she reportedly earns up to £265,000 for a day's shoot. Gulp. Her career highlights include the 1992 Calvin Klein jeans campaign with Mark Wahlberg, being painted by Lucian Freud in 2002 and her Mario Testino shoot for her wedding, where she wore Galliano.
Get a taster of Kate's rise to the top in the Mossy timeline above, and remember to pick up this week's issue of Grazia to read everything about Kate. Want even more Mossy? See her greatest style hits in the gallery below...
For a real Mossy-fest why not download our special souvenir iPad issue this week - it features 25 covers that span Kate’s career you can flick through. Search 'Grazia UK' on the app store to download your issue!