The supermodel recently opened up to Vanity Fair about her early career and the lack of support for young people in the industry.

This article titled “How a 16-year-old nude Kate Moss ushered in the 90s” was written by Alex Needham, for guardian.co.uk on Thursday 1st November 2012 15.31 UTC

Kate Moss has given a rare, in-depth interview to Vanity Fair, in which she looks back on almost 25 years as a model. Her revelations that she felt exploited, panicked and out of her depth as a teenager plunged into the world of high fashion – together with the fact that pastoral care was basically nil – are sad and not surprising. You can only hope that today's models are better looked-after. The fact that there is a union for models is a good start, and long overdue.

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