Kate Moss is one of the newest of the supermodels. Her unique look has inspired top photographers, including Stephen Meisel, Bruce Weber, Herb Ritts, Helmut Newton and Richard Avedon, top fashion editors and top fashion designers, particularly Calvin Klein. Moss was discovered in JFK airport by the Storm modelling agency, but her debut to modelling was unremarkable, as she worked for virtually nothing on cult magazines such as "The Face" and "i-D". Her big break came with the exclusive Calvin Klein advertizing contract. Then came the controversial images of Kate topless, naked and as a sex symbol. In this book, she gives her own views on the outrage and censorship of her work. It also contains 100 photographs, chosen by Moss herself, demonstrating the wide range of her relationship with the camera, beyond the waifdom for which she is famous. In her brief commentary to the book, she reveals how models and photographers work to achieve the images that influence us all and how to keep successful - and sane - in the world of fashion.