Kate Moss reveals she felt ‘opposed’ during Calvin Klein celebrity photo shoot with Mark Wahlberg
Kate Moss have no fond memories of her iconic 1992 Calvin Klein photo shoot, along with Mark Wahlberg. The 48-year-old agrees she feels “opposed” on set in a new interview with Desert island disc podcast, released on Sunday, July 24. She also doesn’t have the best recollections of her time with The departed star.
Podcast server Lauren Laverne Ask her about the shoot and ask if she feels offended posing for the famous campaign. “Yes, absolutely, and vulnerable, and scared,” she said. “I think they played on my hole. I was pretty young and naive, Calvin loved that.” She also revealed that in the weeks leading up to filming, she had other issues to overcome. “I couldn’t get out of bed and was seriously worried,” she explained.
When Lauren first asked Kate about the scene, she didn’t have the most interesting things to say about Mark, which only led to more disapproval. “The memories are not so good. He’s very macho, and that’s all about him, and he has a large entourage,” she said. “I’m just this kind of model.”
Kate previously talked about her struggles with pre-shoot anxiety in a 2012 interview with Vanity Fair. “It’s not like me at all. I feel really bad walking side by side with this buff guy. I do not like it. I couldn’t get out of bed for two weeks. I thought I was going to die,” she said.
In addition to Calvin Klein’s photo shoots, Kate also touched about her past romance with Johnny Depp In the 90s, this became a point of discussion in the context But the pirate of the Caribbean The star’s defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard. Kate testified via video during the trial to say that her ex-boyfriend was never push her down jumped stairs or abused her after Amber mentioned a rumor he had in her testimony.