Pictures of Kate Moss' first ever photoshoot will feature in a new exhibition
Pictures from Kate Moss’ first ever photoshoot are set to go on display in a new exhibition at London’s Lawrence Alkin Gallery, and we’ve got some of the fresh-faced images as a little taster.
Shot by photographer David Ross in 1988, a then 14-year-old Kate looks every bit the natural supermodel in a set of striking grey scale pictures.
Sarah Doukas, who went on to found Storm Models, asked David to capture the Croydon-born teen in images that are now set to go public.
With her hair quaffed into a suitably retro style, Kate's teenage skin is surprisingly flawless and, for her first time in front of the lens, she's remarkably calm and confident.
The photographs, which almost slipped David’s mind until recently, will go on display at the Kate Moss: Roll 1 exhibition on 31 October.
We doubt that David expected his ‘warm-up roll’ to go on display 25 years later – but we’re sure he predicted big things for Ms Moss at the time.
Pictured wearing a white printed jumper, her effortlessly camera angles are just as awe-inspiring this many years later.
Oh Mossy, you are most definitely the one.
By Jessica Bridgeman