Kate Moss, first up for a new SHOWstudio series entitled Subjective. A series of video interviews with iconic models, including Alek Wek, Liberty Ross and Lily Cole, charts “the history of contemporary fashion photography as told from the subjects’ perspectives,” the silent participants in some of the most recognisable fashion images of recent times given a moment to offer their take. Moss, the most iconic of them all, talks through her early work with the late Corinne Day, from that incredible shoot in The Face aged just 15, to her more controversial later work, all scummy bedsits and razor-sharp cheekbones, a period that spawned the rather tiresome concept of Heroine Chic. A revealing look back at the beginnings of her career with friend and photographer Nick Knight, press play.

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