She’s one of the fashion world’s most legendary figures. It’s not a bad position to be in, given that Kate Moss made a decision twenty five years ago to rarely give interviews, following her now infamous mantra of ‘never complain, never explain.’
But Kate has now opened up her home to the illustrious magazine Architectural Digest – and seriously, OBSESSED.
The photos show her London home, specifically her bathroom – which is a fusion of bespoke, hand painted silver anemone de Gournay wallpaper panels ($1470 for a 3m panel) and silver sari panels as window dressings.
The magazine describes how the mirrored vanity unit has antique perfume bottles, while a wall is covered with pictures of Elvis, Elizabeth Taylor, David Bowie and Alexander McQueen.
Kate says, “I love those old movies with glamorous bathrooms where they have chaise longues. My bathroom in the country has a chesterfield, and when I have my birthday parties there, we always end up hanging out in it.”
“It’s got a record player, it’s cosy, it’s fun—there’s potions and lotions and smelly things. Everyone’s welcome.”
Can I come please?
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