Kate Moss for Longchamp | Kate Moss by David Sims

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 12, 2010

After working eight consecutive seasons with Longchamp, supermodel Kate Moss collaborates with the French label for a handbag collection. Captured by David Sims, Kate stars in the black and white campaign shot in Elsa, Paris.


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20 thoughts on “Kate Moss for Longchamp | Kate Moss by David Sims”

  1. David Sims can have a wonderfully light touch. To get these delicate shots it can be quite hard. Obviously Kate with 15 + years of experience can bring it. Very Easy to retouch someone's skin, impossible (in most cases) to fix the pose and make the shot good. Like Basement and some others here I do it pro too – as simple as this looks it is very "achieved", even if it is a rehash of Kate's classic look they have been pulling out the bag for yonks.

  2. David Sims can have a wonderfully light touch. To get these delicate shots it can be quite hard. Obviously Kate with 15 + years of experience can bring it. Very Easy to retouch someone's skin, impossible (in most cases) to fix the pose and make the shot good. Like Basement and some others here I do it pro too – as simple as this looks it is very "achieved", even if it is a rehash of Kate's classic look they have been pulling out the bag for yonks.

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