When Kate Moss was spotted with her dad at JFK airport at the tender age of 14, nobody could have predicted that, 25 years later, she would be the most enduring model of our age. And in an industry not renowned for longevity, the fact that Kate's star is still shining brightly is something worth celebrating. So, in the new issue of Grazia, we have dedicated no fewer than 15 pages to Kate's Silver Jubilee, with iconic pictures from throughout her stellar career and tributes from some of the industry's biggest names. Pick up your issue now to see every Mossy morsel but in the meantime, let's go back a decade or two with our Kate Moss flashback friday special...
You might have noticed that here at Grazia Daily we have a serious case of 90s obsession. Our favourite throwback subject? The one and only Kate Moss. We're talking about mini Mossy before the days of rockstar boyfriends, J Brand flares and a head of blonde highlights.
So to celebrate her 25 years in the biz, what better way to mark the occasion than by delving through the Kate Moss archives. We've got a picture of Kate Moss the school girl from Croydon with the gappy teeth before she was spotted at JFK. Kate as a Burbs bride covered in their signature check and the 'anti super' strutting hand in hand with Naomi. Can you get more London than the image of Moss in a Clements Ribeiro union jack jumper to officially open fashion week? Nah, we don't think so either.
We never tire of looking at Mossy and Depp pictures - all that hair and leather. How are they that cool? But we're not the only ones obsessed with the scruffy pair, as Cara Delevingne has Instagrammed several pictures of the ultimate 90s couple. Rihanna has also posted 90s Mossy snaps and last week was spotted in wearing a tee with a picture of the young model. Our favourite Depp and Moss snap we've uncovered is the shot of Depp stood next to one of Kate's ad campaign posters.
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!