Kate Moss is the greatest fashion icon of our time. Endlessly watchable, never predictable, always natural and utterly unpretentious, her sense of style is innate, instinctive and impeccable. An international trendsetter with an influence more powerful than any fashion magazine, Kate is a one-woman style revolution; kicking off global trends with each new look. Single-handedly redefining sophistication for a new generation; Kate has made wearing vintage cool, dressing for festivals a headlining act in itself, and looking sexily disheveled a serious style statement."Kate Moss: Style" is a celebration of a unique life in fashion, exploring in-depth the evolution and impact of Kate's look. Taking us inside the most famous wardrobe in the world, Angela Buttolph unravels the secret of Kate Moss' fashion formula by uncovering the stories behind her most iconic outfits; from the infamous sheer silver slip dress, to the much-coveted lemon yellow prom dress, and the rock chick pvc leggings. With contributions from fashion designers, stylists, photographers, and vintage dealers, the biggest names in the fashion industry reveal how Kate chooses what she wears and why.
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Author Biography - Angela Buttolph
Angela Buttolph lives and works in London. A graduate of the London College of Fashion, she has written for every major fashion magazine, from Vogue to i-D, and is the co-author of Phaidon's Fashion Book. She is now a contributing editor for Grazia. An experienced broadcaster, she has also presented a number of fashion shows, from ITV1's Hollywood Star Treatment to BBC2's A Week of Dressing Dangerously, and is currently Radio 1's Fashion Expert, giving style advice to the 4 million listeners of Jo Whiley's Morning Show. www.AngelaButtolph.com