Unseen images of a 14-year-old Kate Moss which were taken during her very first professional photo shoot will go on display at the Zebra One Gallery in London.
The photos were shot by photographer Owen Scarbiena in the summer of 1988.
Speaking ahead of the exhibition he revealed that he received a call in the late Eighties from Storm Models’ talent scout Sarah Doukas who wanted him to do some test shots with her ‘new girl’.
Scarbiena could see she was a ‘natural’ who suited his ‘very minimal’ photography style.
He told The Daily Telegraph: ‘Some girls come with a ready-made photo pose and you have to work through that. But I just said to Kate, “Pretend you’re bored waiting at the bus stop,” and she got it.