With their unique features and waiflike frames that contrasted with the Amazonian supermodels of the ’80s, Amber Valletta, Guinevere van Seenus, and Kate Moss became the anti-supermodels that, along with grunge fashion, signified a global shift in culture. With a sharp eye for the striking, and work that is praised for its sophisticated edge, Craig McDean photographed Amber, Guinevere, and Kate from the beginning of their careers.
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