Posted by switch-smith at 9:19 AM . Saturday, August 28, 2010
Corinne Day, the seminal British photographer who helped establish modern fashion imagery (and Kate Moss) has passed away after a battle with brain cancer. She was 50 years old.
"Trawling through the London agencies, she spotted a 14-year-old waif from Croydon. The scrawny beauty of Kate Moss and Day's raw depiction of her caught the fashion zeitgeist of 1990s Britain, and both their fortunes were made." - BBC
These are Kate Moss' first ever fashion photographs, taken by Corrine Day for the July 1990 issue of The Face magazine.
Also see my earlier post featuring Corrine Day's photos of Daria Werbowy at Gio Ponti's Hotel Parco dei Principi.