Watch the latest instalment of our ongoing Subjective series, in which Nick Knight reflects on the history of fashion photography from the perspective of the models. This week he speaks to British supermodel Kate Moss, who candidly discusses shooting Calvin Klein's Obsession campaign with her then-boyfriend Mario Sorrenti.
Moss recalls the initial inspiration for the shoot: 'Calvin was really clever. He saw Mario's book and it was all pictures of me on holiday - it was obsession! I'd wake up in the morning and he'd be taking pictures. I'd be like, fuck off!' She also talks about moving to New York, the perils of dating a photographer and staying grounded: 'I was never like, 'Wow, look at me on the bus!' I'm from Croydon and if you get above your station, somebody will fucking knock you down!'