Kate Moss Speaks on Her First Move to NYC Aged 16

British model Kate Moss graces one of seven covers which Interview magazine have created for their September 2013 issue, as captured by photography duo Mert & Marcus. The legendary face speaks to the magazine about the first time she moved over to New York City aged just 15 or 16. She reveals that the first thing she did was buy a goose jacket because it was a huge trend at the time:

"I was more into music, but I also liked fashion. The first time I went to New York, I went with my first boyfriend, Clark. His dad had just bought an apartment in New York and my dad dropped us off and we were there for a week on our own. I must have been 15 or 16. I remember I went to Harlem and bought a goose jacket. That was the hip, hot thing. It was all about a goose. 'Oh, she's got a goose.' It was a leather goose, and it was so cool."

Kate reveals that she lived in NYC for about seven years but never really thought of it as her home:

"I lived in New York for seven years, although I was always in denial about it. Even though I had an apartment there, I always pretended I was just visiting. I do love New York. But I'm a Londoner at heart."

When asked what she thinks about Prince William and Kate Middleton:
"I love the Royal Family. The Queen, she's fabulous."


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