Kate Moss at 50: what makes Kate great, by Naomi Campbell, the Duchess of York and more of her closest friends

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Kate Moss at 50: what makes Kate great, by Naomi Campbell, the Duchess of York and more of her closest friends

I remember her around the early Nineties mark. We were doing shows, one in particular for Vivienne Westwood, and it was Linda, Christy, Naomi — all the big girls — and Kate arrived about six inches shorter than everyone else. This little school girl from Croydon who looked very, very different from the Amazonian glamorous, almost cartoon-like, supermodels. I remember thinking, ‘Oh God, she’s gonna look so small on the runway with all those girls’. But she got on and was really incredible. For that tiny, skinny little person to hold their own with those huge, experienced people in platforms — we all said, wow. She’s still that girl. Kate’s never really been anyone else. She’s not some sort of fake creation of a PR team, it’s very much Kate — flaws and all. 

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