Before Kate Moss solidified herself as a fashion icon, she was a new, fresh face in the modeling industry. Legendary Storm Models agent Sarah Doukas famously spotted the 14-year-old Croydon native in 1988 while chatting with her father at JFK Airport. Doukas brought the teenager to photographer Owen Scarbiena for her first shoot to test her potential, and after these images were taken, the rest was history.
Now, London’s Zebra One Gallery is taking a look back at the start of Moss’ career with a sensational exhibition at Home House. The exhibit will showcase Scarbiena’s previously-unseen photographs from this first Moss shoot. Kate Moss: Unseen will unveil, for the first time, the photos that commenced the meteoric rise to fame of the world’s most iconic face. The exhibition opens to the public on February 22.
From: Harper’s BAZAAR US