Supermodel Kate Moss, who lives in London with her daughter Lila, is getting ready to marry fiance James Hince, guitarist for rock band The Kills. Reportedly planning the wedding while James is away on tour, Kate is also at the center of a scandal that has nothing to do with her—directly, anyway. Children’s t-shirts and baby onesies emblazoned with the words “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels” have surfaced for sale on the internet. Kate caused outrage in 2009 when she uttered the motto herself, causing the media to accuse her of encouraging anorexia. The clothing, which is being criticized by eating disorder groups, was not created by Kate nor does she endorse it.
Discovered in 1988 at age 14, über-thin Kate ushered in the “heroin chic” look in 1993, becoming an “anti-supermodel” of sorts in contrast to the tall, curvaceous models that were gracing the cover of magazines at the time. Speculation over Kate’s weight first began when she became the face of a highly publicized campaign for Calvin Klein. When pestered about the weighty issue, Moss told the online fashion and art project SHOWStudio, “It was just the time. It was a swing from more buxom girls like Cindy Crawford and people were shocked to see what they called a ‘waif’. What can you say? How many times can you say, ‘I’m not anorexic?’”
Seen here looking blonde and beautiful as always, Kate’s glamorous Christian Dior sunglasses enhance her gorgeous features. The Dior logo appears on the temples and they’re available in six luscious frame and lens color combos. Meow!
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