Corinne Day launched the career of Kate Moss and changed fashion photography for ever.
In 1990 in London there is a model, photographer solitary, who buys clothes for £ 5 in the shops of Soho:
she is Corinne Day. Also in town is the headquarters of The Face magazine.
And a few steps from King's Road has just been founded a modeling agency that aims only at the top, Storm.
And 'the encounter between Corinne Day, The Face and Storm born Kate Moss.
Corinne Day has learned to shoot at age 19, considers the photograph "a form of creativity very lonely" and, despite the magazine with which to collaborate, mainly Vogue UK and Japan, the definition of a fashion photographer is not correct. She is a documentary photographer.
In 1989 he began working with The Face.
In 1990 she created a service that will be released in the June issue titled The Third Summer of Love.
On the cover there is Kate Moss, 17 years, with an Indian headdress is the first cover of Kate
and become one of his most recognizable images. And a favorite of all time!