Kate Moss has had one of the most successful modelling careers in history. Over the decades, few faces have been more photographed or revered than the 48-year-old supermodel's.
In the early '90s, she single-handedly re-shaped the mould of high fashion and street fashion, becoming a style and beauty muse for millions around the world.
She's a bona fide cultural icon - but in recent years, the enigmatic Moss has shifted her focus to fostering the careers of other models through her own agency, and stepped back from the spotlight for a quieter life in the country.
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In a rare new interview with BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs programme, the British model has spoken candidly about everything from her early career to her party girl reputation, and her relationship with Johnny Depp.
Here are eight things we learned about Kate Moss in her interview with BBC radio.
An uncomfortable shoot when she was 14 helped "sharpen her instincts".
Kate Moss was first scouted at the age of 14 at JFK airport, before being signed by Storm modelling agency in 1988.