Unseen photos of Kate Moss' first ever shoot in US revealed

The black and white series of images by celebrity photographer Stephanie Pfrieder have been treated to dots and colour in tribute to Andy Warhol, and prices going up to $5,000.

Thursday 01 October 2015 15:27
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Unseen images of an 18-year-old Kate Moss at her first ever editorial photoshoot in the US have gone on sale with prices going up to $5,000.

Renowned celebrity photographer Stephanie Pfrieder, who’s captured iconic portraits of Hollywood stars from Heath Ledger to Nicole Kidman and Keith Richards, shot the British supermodel in 1998 in New York for Haper’s Bazaar Italy, alongside Swedish male model Marcus Schenkenberg (who you might recognise from the nineties’ Calvin Klein adverts) as they played a romantic escape to the Big Apple.

The rookie Moss poses in a black, glossy, oversized pair of sunglasses. She wears a selection of outfits that aren't too many miles from her current day fashion choices. In one series of shots she's pictured in a yellow cab sporting a black top, fishnets, curly hair and a thick eyeliner; in others she’s seen posing on the subway in a leopard print mac.

The Kate Moss Collection reveals a series of black and white images, some of which have been treated with dots and colour in tribute to Andy Warhol and pop art. Prices range from $2,500 to $5,000 (approx. £1650 - £3297), with available print sizes from 16” x 24” to 30” x 45”.

“Love, youth, rebellion, cool, free and sexy, this is the iconic photographic series of Kate, the 21st Century icon,” reads the website.

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