This book is a great view of the behind the scene Kate Moss, as well as top photos from some of the most celebrated photographers on the planet. The diversity of images as only Kate can pull off. She does nudity or full blown fashion dress like no other. She isn't just another face, she is THE face. The photos in the book are of surprising quality for the cost of it. I recommend this book for all Kate fans, and all fans of great photography.
I rather admired all these photographers than Kate Moss herself - This book contains no writing except the foreword by Kate, and you still hardly know who she is after you read the book. There are many excellent pictures, and I can recommend this book to any photographer or artist. (But you should look for other books if you are into sexy pictures!) It's just too bad that it doesn't say a word about who Kate really is.
kate: the kate moss book is the best retrospective of kate moss's work up until 1995, when it was released. it's packed with images of kate from birth to the age of twenty-one. there are pictures shot at home, by the papparazi, and for magazines and clothing companies. the book includes many never-before-seen photos of kate, especially those taken by corrine day of the face magazine between 1989 (when kate was only fifteen) and 1992. there are nudes, glamour shots, and pictures of kate doing what she is best at, being herself. there are also photos of fellow supermodels christy turlington and naomi campbell. basically, this book is phenomenal and if you can buy it, i strongly recommend you do.
I have been a huge fan of Kate for 3 years now. She really out did herself on her book. The pictures are great and really capture her beauty and personality."Kate" is definetely a great buy for any devout Kate Moss fan.
You have to like Kate to like her book. But show me the man that doesn't like her! The book contains not much text, but appears merely like a chronological catalogue of Kate's looks and changes over the years, starting from the very beginning of her career up to some of her more recent pictures. There is only one drawback: All of the photos are plain b/w shots; not always looking as good as could be. By the way, this little collection is not representative, and Kate tells us the reason in a little note: "I chose them all by myself." Well, I like the book a lot.
I think this is such a terrific book and the photography is so well done. If you like Kate, you will LOVE her book. It is full of beautiful pictures! It even has a letter from the woman herself. I recommend this book to anyone who respects this talented and gifted woman.