For their latest entry of “Subjective,” in which Nick Knight and SHOWstudio take a closer look at contemporary fashion photography through the point of view of the subjects themselves, English fashion model Kate Moss sheds some insight into one of the shoots that really jump-started her career, Calvin Klein’s 1993 “Obsession” campaign. This particular event was rather unique because Moss was being photographed by her then-boyfriend Mario Sorrenti, who virtually encouraged her to remain lying down for 10 days straight in order to get that desired shot.

From there, Kate and Nick then go on to discuss her acclimation to fame and how she has somehow remained grounded throughout these years, even while being one of the most recognizable faces across the globe.

Moss was also recently featured on one of the 18 covers for i-D magazine’s 35th anniversary issue.

Not NYC, not LA.

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