Kate Moss has opened the doors of her London home for a chat with Vogue's contributing editor Kate Phelan.
That's right - this is what the world famous supermodel's stylish abode looks like.
For Vogue's December issue, titled 'Kate's World' in honour of her 40th birthday, Moss gives us a glimpse of her "lovely life" in a rare video interview.
Kate talks everything from iconic fashion shoots and that Playboy anniversary cover to her love of photographer Mario Testino and socialite Debbie von Bismarck.
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Here's what Kate had to say...
On playing hostess:
"Every party I have is usually an excuse to get a bit of a showgirl outfit on - I love dressing up."
On legendary photographer David Bailey:
"He's fantastic, I'd do anything for Bailey. It's just that thing of being in front of Bailey's lens, isn't it? And him just taking control and nobody's allowed to say anything - he knows what he wants."
On Playboy's 60th anniversary cover shoot (and getting to keep the whole costume):
"It's amazing! It's the same woman who's been making them for sixty years or something ridiculous. So she's been there forever and the costumes are incredibly made."
On organising 40 people for a shoot with Tim Walker:
"Hilarious - it was so much fun. The personalities were amazing and then when Beth [Ditto] showed up she just took over. It had that energy that you want fashion shoots to have, there wasn't a dull moment."
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