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Here's what Kate Moss looks like without photoshop

Kate Moss was fifteen when she shot the cover of The Face Magazine. The photographs were taken on Camber Sands in England, a traditional seaside resort. The images were seen by Fabien Baron, and Moss’s relationship with Calvin Klein began following this magazine cover.

Photo Credit: The Face

This issue of Vogue UK was Kate's first-ever Vogue cover.

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This controversial ad hit magazines and billboards in Spring 1993, featuring a topless Moss alongside a shirtless Mark Wahlberg. They immediately stir controversy. ''It's just because I look 12,'' Moss explains to PEOPLE.

Photo Credit: Calvin Klein

Photo Credit: Calvin Klein

Kate Moss posed for several Calvin Klein campaigns in 1993 including this campaign for Calvin Kleins fragrance, Obsession.

Photo Credit: Calvin Klein

Kate Moss posed for Allure Magazine’s cover in 1994, with a youthful appearance contradictory to the controversial Clavin Klein ads of the year before.

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Moss poses for legendary photographer Irving Penn. Known for being with bad boys, she started dating Johnny Depp in 1994, and so was followed in tabloids like any star.

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Released Kate: The Kate Moss Book, a highly personal glimpse into the supermodel’s career up until 1995.

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Kate Moss poses for the cover of Harper’s Bazaar in 1998, around the same time that her relationship with Johnny Depp ended.  They had been engaged a few times since 1994, but eventually went their separate ways.

Photo Credit: Harper's Bazaar

Moss has graced the cover of British Vogue 30 times, in addition to dozens of international Vogue covers.

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Kate Moss dons a crown and holds a scepter on the cover of Vogue, in a new brunette pixie hair cut.  Said Marc Jacobs, “You can never make Kate look as good on the runway as she does in real life.”

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Kate begins her long line of Burberry campaigns, over then next few years she will appear in multiple ads for the legendary brand. 

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In 2003 Moss dances in a White Stripes music video and had her singing debut in Primal Scream’s “Some Velvet Morning.” 

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In 2004, Kate Moss posed for a Chanel campaign with Chanel Creative Director, Karl Lagerfeld as the photographer. The brand later dropped Kate as their brand ambassador and model.

Photo Credit: Chanel

Kate Moss began her relationship with the fashion designer in 2006 after shooting a campaign. She renewed her contract with Cavalli in 2010. Kate famously threw a fit at a photo shoot in 2009, after arriving two hours late and requesting beer be served on set.

Photo Credit: Roberto Cavalli

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Kate Moss became the lead model for Agent Provocateur, a lingerie brand in 2006. Moss was later replaced as the face of Agent Provacateur in 2007 by Maggie Gyllenhall.

Photo Credit: Agent Provocateur

In 1992, Moss became the face of Yves Saint Laurent. During her time with the fashion house, she became the face of their Opium fragrance in 2004 and was renewed in 2008.

Photo Credit: Yves Saint Laurent

Kate Moss began designing for the British fashion company Topshop in December 2006. She hired Katy England of Alexander McQueen to help her design a Topshop collection. She has always been one of their lead models and muses for many of the collections.

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In 1993, Kate modeled for her first Versace campaign. She is close friends with Donatella and has been featured in countless advertisements.

Photo Credit: Versace

In 2009 when this cover was shot Moss Ranked number three on Forbes’s list of “World’s Top-Earning Models,” after reportedly banking $8.5 million over a twelve-month period.

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In October 2000, Kate Moss opened and closed the Gucci show in Milan, Italy. The model posed for this 2009 Gucci ad in a pale pink top and high heels (the rest is covered by a pale bed sheet).

Photo Credit: Gucci

Photo Credit: Just Cavalli

Kate Moss is photographed for jewelry designer David Yurman. The model appeared in several ads before being replaced entirely by supermodel Gisele Bundchen.

Photo Credit: David Yurman

Photo Credit: Yves Saint Laurent

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In 2011, Moss posed on the cover of Paris Vogue as Ziggy Stardust aka, David Bowie.

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In 2006, Kate Moss was picked up by the French handbag brand Longchamp. She renewed her contract with the brand in 2009.

Photo Credit: Longchamp

In 2001, Kate became the spokeswoman for Rimmel Cosmetics, a british cosmetics company. The company boasts, “There`s no doubt that Kate and Rimmel make the perfect match.”

Photo Credit: Rimmel

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The Spanish label MANGO announced that Kate Moss would replace Isabeli Fontana as the face of their Spring 2012 campaign. Moss was recently replaced by the stunning Miranda Kerr.

Photo Credit: Mango

Supermodel Kate Moss appears in the first ever advertising campaign for Rag & Bone.

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The anti-Photoshop revolution that's budded in the industry as of late is raging on. Following a number of high-profile instances of au naturel fashion shoots (Gisele's makeup-free fall 2014 campaign for Sonia Rykiel and Lara Stone's un-retouched, post-baby nude editorial in the latest issue of System magazine, to name a couple), the digital enhancement that so many photographers heavily rely on is beginning to come under fire not only by consumers - but by fashion insiders as well.

In the January 2015 issue of Vogue Italia, Kate Moss stars in a retro, black and white editorial shot by Peter Lindberg - one that recalls the photographer's iconic supermodel shoots from the '90s. While at first glance it might look like your run-of-the-mill Moss shoot, upon further examination it appears that the photos are very minimally Photoshopped, if they even are at all. The 40-year-old model's makeup and hair are kept very natural, and it seems like there was a conscious decision not to cover up her imperfections (however slight they may be). It's obvious that someone who's made her entire living on her good looks shouldn't need retouching to look great, but it's refreshing that the powers that be in the industry might be starting to believe that, too.

See the rest of the stripped-down spread at Vogue Italia's website! Also, check out a few of our favorite (and most shocking) Kate Moss spreads.

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