Kate Moss considers opening modelling school
At this time of year when many of us will look towards the future, so is Kate Moss who has given a frank interview to Company magazine. According to the supermodel, she'd like to share her wisdom on the fashion/modelling industries with aspiring models.
"I think I could definitely open a modelling school," she revealed. "Kate's Modelling School? Moss's Models? Put Moss's Models down! You need to see it as a skill. I mean, you can be the most intelligent person in the world, but it won't make you a good teacher."
As for the industry in general, she said: "In Britain's Next Top Model, they put the contestants through the torture of what modelling can be like. And it honestly can be really humiliating. I mean I've done crazy things - I've been in a bikini in minus 30 temperatures and you have to keep going until you get the shot. But that's me - I will always keep going until I get the shot."
Moss also added that she is surprised her career has lasted this long. "I did my first photo shoot at 16 and I thought that was it! I just really enjoy creating images and working with creative people. I love the whole process. So, for as long as I enjoy it, I'll still do it. And as long as I'm still getting booked!"
And her advice for prospective catwalkers: "Girls interested in modelling need to realise that its hard work. You can go to a shoot in the morning and not even start shooting until 10pm - and still be there at 5am the next day."
[via Fabsugar UK]