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Kate Moss: The Talent of Tomorrow

SEEN was intrigued to hear that supermodel Kate Moss has opened her own agency. Eschewing the usual ‘pretty faces’, Moss has declared that she’s on the lookout for real talent: people who can model, act, sing and dance. Her first female model is Elfie Reigate, Moss’s bridesmaid and daughter of Rosemary Ferguson, an old friend of the supermodel for years. Elfie joins male model Louis Baines, a Topman star.

SEEN was intrigued to hear that supermodel Kate Moss has opened her own agency. Eschewing the usual ‘pretty faces’, Moss has declared that she’s on the lookout for real talent: people who can model, act, sing and dance. Her first female model is Elfie Reigate, Moss’s bridesmaid and daughter of Rosemary Ferguson, an old friend of the supermodel for years. Elfie joins male model Louis Baines, a Topman star.

With a wealth of experience behind her (from the age of 14), Moss clearly wants to nurture interesting new talent, perhaps emulating Diana Vreeland who once said: ‘You don’t have to be born beautiful to be wildly attractive.’ SEEN often thinks that there are some people whom the camera just LOVES. Kate Moss has a chameleon quality that makes her photogenic looks a must-see whoever she’s working for. With an address book to die for, we can only assume she’ll be making stars of the next generation.

The first model signed to Kate Moss’ new agency.

Elfie.

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The first model signed to Kate Moss’ new agency.

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Alex Evans at the Foundry Gallery, Chelsea Quarter: LDF17

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