Kate Moss Is A New Vogue Editor, Does Daniel Craig Still Love Her?
Model Kate Moss has joined British Vogue as a contributing fashion editor. Her years of modelling experience have given her an eye for fashion and styling, and Vogue decided to put that experience to good use.
All will be revealed in the issue being published March 2014.
Starting at the age of 19, Kate Moss has featured on 34 covers of British Vogue, but now she’s on the other side of the camera lens.
Kate’s first photo-shoot, is entitled Cause Célèbre, and taps into Moss’s rock’n’roll aesthetic. The inspiration is provided by Seventies band Destroy All Monsters.
She chose 30-year-old Ukranian-Canadian model Daria Werbowy for her featured character, and selected photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott do to the shooting. Kate worked with them for her recent Playboy spread.
The result is a punky story showing a wig-wearing Werbowy driving a classic car through woodland in a revealing black minidress by Yves Saint Laurent, The ensemble is finished off with Pamela Mann fishnet tights and bow-trimmed gloves from Caroline Amato.
Unfortunately for Kate Moss, the news of her new role coincides with her name being in the headlines for another reason.
In 2004 Kate and “James Bond” star Daniel Craig were rumored to be dating.
In the phone hacking case being heard at the Old Bailey Criminal Court in London, former News of the World reporter Dan Evans told the court that he had intercepted a message from Mr Craig while working at the Sunday Mirror.
The Daily Mail reports that Daniel Craig had left Kate Moss a voicemail message declaring his love for her. The message said, ‘I love you, I love you, I love you,’ the court was told.
Craig was single at the time, but Kate Moss was allegedly still in a relationship with publisher Jefferson Hack, the father of her one-year-old daughter Lila Grace.
Their relationship ended soon after, but whether that was connected to Kate’s alleged affair with Craig is not known.