Moss difficult to work with, says Calvin Klein

Moss difficult to work with, says Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein claims Kate Moss was "difficult" work with.

The US designer cast the supermodel in a series of campaigns in the 90s but revealed it was not an easy time, because she disliked her co-star Mark Wahlberg.

He said: "She is a great model, but it didn't go too well. She didn't like him at all. He was a pleasure. I have worked with so many women, great ones, and Kate was always difficult."

Although Klein is not a huge fan of the British beauty, she was recently described as a "fantastic" model by renowned photographer Nick Knight.

Knight - who has shot the 36-year-old star on many occasions - said: "I've known Kate for many years and she's a fantastic model.

"She can put a little black T-shirt on and make it look like the exact T-shirt you want to buy this season. And that's a real skill - she understands the narrative in clothing, and expresses that perfectly. That's her great skill."

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