Kate Moss Quotes
Born: January 16, 1974
I guess I'm adaptable. You know, I turn up at work and [photographers] can kind of do what they want with me, really.
They portray me as all these crazy things and I'm so not like that. I don't have entourages, I'm as normal as you can get in this lifestyle.
In a way, it's like the photographer always has his vision of me. The pictures that I'm known for are not really my image, they're always the photographer's vision of me. I can look a hundred different ways, but what people see of me in pictures is not really my image.
I always have this fear that one day you are going to discover that I'm not as great as you once thought I was. Nothing feels as good as skinny feels.
That picture of me running down the beach - I'll never forget doing that, because I made the hairdresser, who was the only man on the shoot, turn his back.
I've been blamed for everything, from smoking to heroin to anorexia.
I don't get why it would be interesting. I'm not that different. And also, now with Instagram and everything, everyone's so on their phones that even when I'm in a restaurant like this, where you wouldn't expect it, someone will come up and ask to get a picture with me and I'm like, 'No!'
I'm not traditionally a beauty, but apparently people think I'm alright.
I don't think modelling is a career I'm going to pursue.
I don't like doing [things] as myself...I like to be made into someone else.
I hate dentists. That's why my tooth fell out. I was in the middle of a root canal and wouldn't go back, so it just dropped out when I was in the middle of Fifth Avenue. I had to do the Calvin Klein show without the tooth.
I think I have a good rapport with the people I work with and that really helps. If you like working with people and you always have a good time and you always do good work, then they're going to book you again. I like doing what I do.
When I'm in the country with all of the kids around and cooking, that's when I'm most relaxed. When I'm in the country I like to cook.
I think fashion in motion is going to happen. I think that's the way things are going, but there are people who will still want to see a picture and to be able to hold it.
I hadn't even thought about what I wanted to do when I left school because I was only 14 when I started modelling.
I wouldn't want [my daughtr] to be a model. I don't think it's the best industry really for young girls. Unless you're really strong, it can really f**k you up.
You have to be yourself, as models come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. There are girls out there who are more voluptuous and they work better for different sorts of stories.
I always have a pair of Ray-Bans in my bag and lots of pairs at home because they seem to go missing. They're a real staple.
Dressing is like modelling - you can constantly adapt.
It's important to accessorise. I always turn to the scarves, hats and sunglasses. But wearing too many accessories at once can look very bad.