T magazine caught up with Kate Moss last week to talk about her icon status. The supermodel remarked, "I guess I'm adaptable. I don't know, I kind of go with whatever they want....You know, I turn up at work and they can kind of do what they want with me, really [laughs]."
She also talked about her general aversion to talking:
When I used to do interviews a long time ago, I used to get very ill just worrying about them before they came out. I just didn't like it. When I first started out I did press because I wasn't really aware that they would write something really horrible but then they did, and I was like: "Oh no, I don't want to go back there. I don't really want to open up myself to that kind of criticism." And I think that a lot of the time you walk in a room they already know what they want to write about you, so it doesn't matter what you're like. But sometimes I will do it if I like the person or the project.
However, the funniest bit was that Kate picked that one photo that writer Horacio Silva couldn't use with his article. He explained to her, "We're not allowed to show nipple at The New York Times," to which she responded, "Oh, my goodness. But it's only a tiny bit." Oh, Kate.
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