One of the world’s top-earning English supermodel renowned for her waifish figure, popularizing the heroin chic look in the 1990s, tumultuous private life, high profile relationships, and cocaine scandal, Kate Moss who appeared on the cover of more than 300 magazines, walked the famous runways, starred in ad-campaigns for top fashion houses, and is undoubtedly one of the most photographed supermodels of all times, is also very popular at the auction blocks as well. As we have over the times seen that anything associated with Kate Moss fetches huge prices, which becomes apparent from the sale of Kate Moss topless picture for kid charity NSPCC, Kate Moss’ topshop dress with 60,000 Swarovski crystal beads, Kate Moss nude gold statue and the Moss' nude pic which was estimated to sell for $28,000 at Bonhams Photographs sale. Now, three vintage photographs taken by David Ross during 14-year-old Kate Moss’ first ever sitting, back in Oct. 1988, will be auctioned through Bloomsbury Auctions on Nov. 23rd in London.
Expected to fetch between $1,270 and $1,900 each, the three signed gelatin prints of supermodel offers a delightful glimpse of young Kate Moss who with her incredibly thin and boyish body created a stir in the modeling world.
Originally, these photographs were taken shortly after Moss was discovered at NY’s JFK airport on her way home from a Bahamas vacation.