Corinne Day, the photographer who propelled Kate Moss to model super stardom, sadly died on Friday. She had been battling a brain tumour for over ten years.
Day was responsible for the now legendary fashion spread in The Face that starred a 16 year old Kate Moss back in 1990. The shoot was the first of many that the duo worked on together and was arguably responsible for kick-starting the nineties trend for waif-like models.
Last year friends of Day auctioned some of her most iconic images, including some of Kate Moss, to raise money for her treatment, and the V&A was planning a retrospective of her work.More