Kate Moss is plastered all over the current T magazine, appearing in seven ads
Here’s the new career formula for supermodels, circa 2006:
1. Be discovered at age 14 by talent scout at JFK airport. 2. Become jet-setting, club-hopping super-supermodel. 3. Appear in series of provactive Calvin Klein ads, help usher in the term “waif” model. 4. As your career and cachet slows, begin to date drug-addled British rock star with similar career trajectory. 5. Be photographed blowing rails of cocaine. 6. Have photographs published in British tabloids. 7. Have modeling contracts severed. 8. Enter rehab, preferably in Arizona. 9. Say you are sorry, but be vague about what it is you are sorry about. 10. Capitalize on renewed Madison Avenue interest. Re-sign contracts and ink new ones. Be ranked #77 on Forbes‘ on the Celebrity 100 earnings list, making more money ($8 million) than before cocaine scandal. 11. Appear in topless street ad campaign directly across street from mosque. Cause brief international stir. 12. Appear as model for at least seven advertising campaigns, six of them solo including Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Dior, David Yurman, Versace, Belstaff, Longchamp featured in August 27 edition of the women’s fall fashion preview in New York Times‘ T magazine.