She was one of the most recognizable faces of the 90s, walking in prestigious fashion shows and covering every glossy magazine.
And three decades later, Kate Moss still hasn’t lost her supermodel looks, with the blonde bombshell continuing to dazzle fans with her smooth complexion and glowing face.
Yet over the years, Kate’s career hasn’t always been easy, with the star weathering the ‘Cocaine Kate’ storm of 2005 after being infamously photographed next to lines of white powder.
His years of partying, smoking and drinking inevitably took their toll.
However, after overhauling her lifestyle and embarking on a new direction towards clean living and healthy eating, Kate looks younger than ever and is still turning heads on the catwalk.
Every now and then: Kate Moss retained her model look after overhauling her lifestyle and embarking on a new direction toward clean living and healthy eating (right, in 2003)
While she is still busy with her hectic lifestyle, most recently traveling the world for various Fashion Week shows, as she approaches her 50th birthday, Kate leads a very different life.
No more crazy party nights and the pleasure of going to bed at 11 p.m.
The star founded her own wellness brand called Cosmoss, where she sells a variety of beauty products with quirky names like “Sacred Mist” and “Golden Nectar.”
She has also adopted the practice of “moon bathing” – lying under the light of the moon in order to absorb its lunar energy – and believes in the power of crystals.
Speaking to the Sunday Times, she said: “I put all my crystals on a tray and put them outside in the garden,” she said. “I’m just cleaning the crystal, charging the crystals.”
Previously describing her happy place as being on the dance floor, Kate has since left London for the west Oxfordshire countryside where she practices transcendental meditation and wild bathes in a ‘secret place’ reserved for local villagers .
The fashion icon also believes in the power of positive affirmations to improve outlook, with “embrace the unknown” and “trust the universe and it will lead the way” being among her favourites.
Despite her new Gwyneth Paltrow lifestyle, Kate still allows herself a vice.
Staying busy: As she approaches her 50th birthday, Kate leads a very different life, still enjoying a busy lifestyle but not partying all night (pictured at Thursday’s Albie Awards)
Red carpet ready: Kate was a vision of beauty as she attended Saint Laurent’s Spring 2024 Ready-to-Wear show during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday.
“I still smoke from time to time,” she says. “I heard that when you stop, you can really tell (by your skin). But I haven’t stopped…yet.
The model admitted she’s “in denial” about her upcoming 50th birthday because she doesn’t feel her age.
“I’m not 50,” she said. ‘No. I do not think about it. I don’t feel like I’m 50.
Briefly discussing her party days, Kate recounted how she never stays out at a party past midnight anymore, describing it as her “cut-off point”.
Kate’s beauty products, made from “powerful natural substances”, are divided into three daily rituals meant to balance “the body and mind with the natural environment and circadian cycles”.
The website describes these rituals as allowing us to “attune ourselves to the rhythm of nature, help us find inner peace and personal fulfillment, and open the door to balance, restoration and healing.” ‘love “.
The three full rituals cost over £400, while the popular Golden Nectar serum – which contains the “mythical” Tears of Chios, a plant resin produced on the Greek island – costs £105.
The dawn ritual, which fills the body with “positive energy”, costs a total of £287 and includes a £21 antioxidant “dawn tea”, a £52 cleanser and an anti-aging cream for the face at £95.
We then finish with the £120 Sacred Mist Eau de Parfum which “envelops you in its hypnotic but earthy scent” to “provide a feeling of inner peace”.
Worst to Wear: She was once a notorious party girl, often in bad shape after drinking all night with her rock star friends (2008 photo)