Publishing: A model ex – well played, Kate Moss
I can't think of many people who'd be happy that their ex-partner was working on a book about them. I certainly wouldn't be keen to hear that any of my exes were planning to publish.
But rather than calling for the lawyers as both Jude Law and Jeremy Clarkson have done when confronted with the prospect of such a tome, Kate Moss is far cooler.
Her ex, Jefferson Hack, is editing Kate: The Kate Moss Book, a collection of photographs of the model from the last 20 years. Of course, it helps if your former beau is a buddy as well as a style mover and shaker – and if you're the most photogenic life form to come out of Croydon since the dawn of time.
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