Moss gathers Rolling Stone cast-offs

Moss gathers Rolling Stone cast-offs

Kate Moss wears a pair of 40-year-old jeans.

The supermodel was given the denims by Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards and admits she can’t bring herself to throw anything out of her wardrobe.

She said: “Do I ever throw out clothes? Definitely not! I’ve got classics.

“Keith Richards gave me a pair of black jeans he bought in Brazil in 1969 and I still wear them – they fit me perfectly.

“For my 21st birthday, Johnny Depp bought me a copy of the dress Julie Christie wore in ‘Shampoo’. He had it made and every sequin is hand-sewn. I still wear it.”

Kate – who dated Johnny in the 90s - is holding on to many of her fashion favourites to pass on to seven-year-old daughter Lila Grace, and says her shoes have already caught the youngster’s eye.

She added to Glamour magazine: “Accessories stand the test of time and you can hand them down to your children.

“Lila can walk around in heels already but I’ve told her they’re only for special occasions. I don’t want her in heels yet – she’s only seven.”

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