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.
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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