While we don't see Kate Moss on the runway anymore, she is stepping into new roles in fashion. As the cover star of the Vogue UK April 2017 issue which was photographed by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, Kate also takes on a contributing fashion editor role. She styled a shoot which was photographed by her boyfriend, Nikolai von Bismarck and stars two of her Kate Moss Agency proteges Elfie Reigate and Louis Baines. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Kate's feature, visit Vogue.co.uk and pick up a copy on newsstand on Friday(March 10th).
As a model I am prepared to stand in a bikini at the end of an ice glacier when it’s minus 30, because that is what the client has booked me to do and that’s the job. So, as I get older, it seemed like the natural thing to do was to take responsibility for my choices both as a model and with the branding I put my name to.
On shielding her young talents:
I don’t want a young girl to feel bad if she has to wait around. I was that person with Steven Meisel, even though I was the face of CK at the time. I had to sit around for days. It can be really hard. I’m maternal; I don’t want the girls to feel insecure.
On the paparazzi following her:
Actually, it doesn’t particularly bother me. One guy sits outside the house. He comes to the country, too... Once he brought his kids and they spent the weekend sitting in the car.
Credit: Vogue UK magazine