23 Ways Kate Moss Proves Supermodels Can be Short
By: Elsa Blaine
Mar 2, 09
Tyra Banks, the creator and host of “America’s Next Top Model,” is opening next season’s casting to include short models. In the industry, this means models with a height of less than 5’7”. According to ‘The Cut,’ there are 2 height-challenged girls that have made it to a prominent level in the fashion world: Kate Moss and Devon Aoki.
Kate Moss, the most famous of the two, has appeared on more than 300 magazine covers and has made her career modeling for famed designers such as Calvin Klein, Versace, Chanel, Burberry, David Yurman, Roberto Cavelli, and Longchamps. She is currently also the spokesmodel for Rimmel cosmetics.
Moss has recently been working with Britain’s Topshop fashion brand and even launched her own line of underwear under the label.
So even if it unlikely that a petite “America’s Next Top Model” winner will reach supermodel status, Kate Moss proves it is not impossible.
Devon’s photos are from a fan site.
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