kate moss gypsy shoot
Kate Moss – Glamping
When Fashion jumps on the off-grid caravan, is it time to be afraid, very afraid?  The dumbing down has started, you may think.

On the other hand,  if it brings the idea of off-grid living to thousands who would not otherwise consider it, what can be the harm in that?

British supermodel Kate Moss is renowned as a canny trend-spotter who has revived her career time and again with new looks and new boyfriends.

Moss went back to basics for her latest fashion shoot with a taste of gypsy living as she joined a group of travellers for a photo spread for the upcoming issue of V Magazine.

The style chameleon showcased a hippy chic look as she posed in a caravan, on the back of a horsedrawn cart and even perched upon a pony.

But her relaxed outfits were not without a designer price tag.

She modelled a range of high-end labels including Isabel Marant, Chloe Sevigny, Kenzo, John Galliano, Stefanel, and Dsquared.

During the shoot, which took place in May for V Mag, Kate made herself right at home with the community.

She lived with the travellers over the two-day shoot in Shepton Mallet, Somerset and sang and danced ‘around the clock’ during her visit.

The multi-millionaire was snapped huddled amongst the bearded travellers as she joined the 20-strong group for a rollicking night at their makeshift camp.

Despite shunning local hotels, there was obviously a limit to how far she was prepared to go.

Rather than bedding down around a campfire, Kate instead went ‘glamping’ – glamorous camping – and stayed in a designer campervan, rather like Off-Grid Editor Nick Rosen when he wrote his book How to Live Off-Grid.

3 Responses

  1. HAHAHA they can gentrify my caravan all they want… 8b Whats going to get pricey? Are farmers gonna start chargeing more? Is the price of wood going up? Living in a bus or a trailer takes a lot more effort than a flat. Most people couldn’t be arsed.

  2. Kiss of death, man, KOD! As soon as something becomes a middle-class trend you find eveything suddenly gets pricey. It happened and continues to happen for people living on Britain’s waterways. Gentrification sucks.

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