Kate Moss donates topless portrait for charity auction
01 May in models
Kate Moss doesn't lose her edge. Not even when it comes to raising funds for a children’s charity. That means the success of the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) auction at Bonhams, on May 17, in London, is guaranteed by the supermodel's daring gift: a sultry portrait of herself, with her arms crossed over her chest, wearing nothing more than golden, low waist, trousers. It was the Norwegian photographer Solve Sundsbo who captured that rock-glam Kate Moss starring seductively at his camera, while showing off her stunning figure.
Known for her signature hard-partying allure and bold attitude, Kate, one of the world's most iconic models, wasn't the only celebrity to present the auction organization with a skin revealing photograph. Maybe Mrs. Hince has followed the example of a runway star from the "supermodels" era, which came to an end when a young Kate Moss dethroned their athletic towering bodies with her frailer figure. Her fellow topless photo at the auction is a portrait of Christy Turlington, taken in New York in 1986 by Patrick Demarchelier.
The organizers of the charity event seem very pleased with all the celebrity colaborations they've gathered. Jocelyn Phillips, Head of Photographs at Bonhams, said: "We are delighted to be working with the NSPCC to offer this exciting group of photographs for auction and to raise funds for a very worthwhile cause". And Andrew Flanagan, chief executive of the NSPCC added: "We are very pleased to be involved in such an exciting auction. Without support such as this, we would not be able to deliver vital therapeutic services".