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The turbulent times of one of the world's most beautiful women.
Kate Moss entered the modeling scene with a force that belied her fragile frame. Discovered completely by chance at New York's JFK airport, Moss was propelled to international stardom with her waif-like figure and hauntingly seductive features, launching the infamous "heroin chic" look that dominated the modeling world of the nineties. But living the fast-paced life of an international sex symbol took its toll, and Moss spiraled down into the chaotic celebrity lifestyle of nonstop partying that landed her first in the tabloids, then in rehab. Here, for the first time, is the shocking true story of the passion and pain hiding behind one of the most famous faces in the world.
Kate Moss has been in the news since the early 1990s for her notable style, style-setting career and her gossip-worthy personal life. Told in a chatty, fast-paced style, this first-ever look at Kat Moss's career and personal life will appeal to anyone interested in fashion, models, style, or celebrity gossip.
About the Author
Katherine Kendall is an avid Kate Moss fan who ran the most popular Kate Moss website for five years (the website, www.kate-site.com, has since been retired). She studied fashion design and English at Kent State.