Kate Moss Is The Face of Fashion: 35 Covers Devouring Camera

It is probably the model with more covers in fashion magazines. It is, surely, the model that changed the current fashion. A woman who has managed to overcome overexposure, the various scandals and new generations of tops that were going to take place. Kate Moss ES the face of fashion. The test is that you only need your face to devour the camera as it has done since it appeared in The Face in July 1990. These 35 covers they are an example of how we have seen the growth of a myth before our eyes. And what is yet to come.

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Kate Moss is the face of fashion: 35 covers devouring the camera (35 photos)

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1/35 The Face, January 1990

He was only 16 years old and his impish smile of imperfect teeth and laughing eyes, minimally torn, posed before the camera of Corinne Day, the photographer that impulse to the teenager before being the number 1.

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2/35 elle, November 1992

A few months before her debut on the cover of British Vogue Kate Moss had his self-sufficiency that would characterize it years later. It was the age of majority and still had everything ahead.

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3/35 w, September 1993

Kevin Mancuso photographing Kate Moss for W again with the face as single point, this time with minimum support of arms that gave even more force to the image.

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4/35 elle, February 1994

After you open the parade of Versace (1993), become indispensable for Galliano and try Chanel or Dolce & Gabbana Elle Spain saw it Lady and she so natural.

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5/35 w, February 1995

Increased or young? The thousand faces of Kate Moss also have thousand styles and w seemed to be a Princess without having broken a dish.

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6/35 l-r, February 1996

With the ‘Heroin Kids’ campaign of Calvin Klein making Kate Moss in the center of the target it was dedicated to look elsewhere with David Sims after the camera.

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7/35 Vogue UK, June 1998

In less than seven years that smiling girl turned into a modern icon and British Vogue surrendered before her with Nick Knight.

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8/35 number, March 1999

The Decade ended and Kate Moss no longer need nor appear in full, just look and look at us askance. His face ever had more strength.

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9/35 number, December 1992

The magazine number has left us some of the most beautiful covers with just the face of Kate Moss. So they fired the year 1992 and greeted the new with Mert & Marcus as photographers.

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10/35 Vogue UK, September 2000

The exuberance of a new decade brought the gleam of a plasticized Kate Moss dressed in Versace and portrayed by Nick Knight.

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11/35 time Out, February 2001

Scandals have been a constant in the career of Kate Moss, although all have been drawn in one way or another.

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12/35 Vogue Russia, July 2001

The barriers were not with her, his image had already become globalized and in 2001 Vogue Russia pulls out the sweeter side of the top.

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13/35 Vogue Paris, December 2001

When Mario Testino has decided to leave so repeated peace has left us jewels like these for Christmas.

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14/35 l-r, June 2002

Craig McDean came back to make the British top model of one eye for I-d.

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15/35 Vogue UK, May 2003

David Bowie in the hands of Kate Moss, who repeated with Nick Knight for the British edition of Vogue.

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16/35 number, September 2003

Almost in the shadow, as if it were on the prowl, Kate Moss never has rested.

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17/35 number, December 2004

When looking for Kate Moss covers with his face only number takes the prize with some of the most spectacular. On this occasion it is Solve Sundsbø who the firm.

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18/35 w, November 2005

Until Kasia Struss unthought Kate Moss (and touch-ups) already looking for the next top Polish beauty. By Mert & Marcus.

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19/35 interview, September 2008

After so many years of seeing the face of Kate Moss had to dress him up in a different way. She becomes a Pussycat to Mert & Marcus.

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20/35 Tar, June 2009

Even Damien Hirst has dared to give a facelift to the face of fashion. If the outside was very seen, let’s try with the inside.

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21/35 w, September 2009

Kate Moss turned into an Angel of Charlie without losing type, again for Mert & Marcus.

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22/35 Harpe completo Bazaar USA, March 2010

More formal and celebrity of Kate Moss side fits in with the style of the American Harper’s by his dear Terry Richardson.

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23/35 Vogue UK, December 2010

The British edition of Vogue had to turn more to the face of Kate Moss to avoid repeated. How do we raise the bet? Nick Knight dared only with the outline.

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24/35 Love, June 2011

Scandals, was born to create them. Love wanted to play the hot controversy with this Kiss between Kate Moss and the transsexual model Lea T. Mert & Marcus once more.

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25/35 Dazed & Confused, December 2011

Kate Moss can with all sorts of photographs that ask. Later take them up to the more languid face. Rankin stayed pretty loose with the camera.

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26/35 Vogue Paris, December 2011

An exception to both first flat but essential when talking about the power of Kate Moss. She returned to play David Bowie, this time for Mert & Marcus.

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27/35 w, March 2012

Steven Klein becomes the headline “Fashion bible” in the most faithful representation, applying more than one unnecessary digital retouching.

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28/35 w, March 2012

A cover that had double-sided. White to black.

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29/35 Vanity Fair, December 2012

Mert & Marcus are very well known to Kate Moss, even if this becomes the icon of blonde that has never been.

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30/35 Vogue Spain, December 2012

With a Green filter and this time as directly in the extreme foreground with a veil and lot of makeup. Mario Testino again hit.

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31/35 Visionaire, June 2013

Although we have seen it a thousand times the face of Kate Moss may be something unique. They did so in the Visionaire magazine with this image plated in 24-karat gold of Mario Testino who published in a limited edition of 150 units for $1,500.

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32/35 Esquire, September 2013

For them and for them. Kate Moss is an icon for both sexes and Craig McDean portrayed it very well.

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33/35 l-r, October 2013

The third was lucky. And Craig McDean finally achieved that Kate Moss guiñase the eye as chosen by the magazine faces restro.

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34/35 Vogue UK, December 2014

If we had a few examples of the face of Kate Moss the British edition of Vogue dismisses 2014 betting on it safe: Mario Testino + Kate Moss.

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35/35 Vogue UK, December 2014

Even in movement. The world of Kate Moss and his image is worth its weight in gold. A legendary pop face.

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