Step inside Kate Moss’s wallpapered shrine

Step inside Kate Moss's wallpapered shrine

“Nearly three decades in front of a ­camera lens have given Kate Moss a rich photographic library—which comes in handy with respect to more than just her iconic way of putting clothes together. Her interior-design style is equally innate” reports AD on the British top model latest and rather eclectic collaboration with bespoke-wallpaper house de Gournay.

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From a “silver-tinted ­anemone pattern (according to Greek mythology, the flower is thought to ­symbolize luck)” on custom Xuan paper to the customised Badminton design “incorporating jaybirds to mimic the chirping variety that inhabit Moss’s garden the top model’s latest venture is literally dreams on paper. 

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