Kate Moss has accumulated almost 30 years of experience in the modelling industry after being discovered at aged 14, but she shows no signs of slowing down.
The 42-year-old quit modelling earlier this year and she’s confirmed she plans on putting her experience to use by operating her own talent company, called the Kate Moss Agency.
Speaking to Business of Fashion, Moss said the management agency will not only cover modelling talent, but also acting and singing and revealed her main objective is 'creating stars'.
Earlier this year, an ambitious Moss hired Camilla Johnson-Hill of The Production Club as her brand and business manager. “It was really the right time. I’d thought about it for a couple of years because I’ve collaborated with other people and stuff. Then I met Camilla and it was the right time for her too. It was so perfect to get somebody that understood me and what I wanted to do and where I wanted to go with it,” Moss explains. “She’s a doer. I love doers.”
While Moss will have support from Johnson-Hill, her business manager told the magazine, “Kate makes all her own decisions. She's the CEO. I bring things to the table and add some things and help shape things, but every project is hers.”
Johnson-Hill also opened up about working with one of the world’s most iconic models; “One thing that I've learned about Kate since I've been working with her is that she will not do anything that doesn't seem authentic to her. Every project is led by her, creatively and business-wise.”
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