Kate Moss really likes Niagara


Back in March, supermodel Kate Moss got a gig as an editor for British Vogue, and for her first assignment she styled a model after Detroit punk rocker-turned-fine artist Niagara. Moss even faithfully recreated photos of Niagara from Detroit's early punk scene for the spread.

But the Niagara-love didn't end there. Just last week, UK's Daily Mail spotted Moss wearing a top from Niagara's line for the Japanese fashion line Hysteric Glamour, which is adorned with a black-and-white photo of Niagara herself.

In other Niagara news, her work with the band Destroy All Monsters will be on display at What Nerve! Alternative Figures in American Art at the Rhode Island School of Design. The show opens on Sept. 18; more information is available here.

Revisit Brett Callwood's 2009 cover story on Niagara here.

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