In the spirit of the upcoming holiday weekend, allow us to break up your work day and present you with this vintage video of Kate Moss— because who doesn’t love a good throwback clip?
The 12-minute fashion film, entitled “The More Visible They Make Me, The More Invisible I Become,” comes courtesy of the legendary photographer Nick Knight, who is just now treating the world to its goodness after first shooting it in 1995— his first time working with Kate.
Shot from the perspective of a stalker, the film features surveillance-type footage—a comment on “the debate and controversy that surrounded surveillance culture at the time of filming— and follows Kate going about her normal day, to create an eerie, sinister play on “anonymity, fame and privacy.” It’s not until the final minutes of the video (around the 8:12 mark) that Kate’s voice can be heard discussing the pros and cons of her burgeoning fame, observing that modeling is “kind of freaky” but “the money’s not bad.”
This could very well be the greatest thing you see all day. Enjoy!