Kate Moss felt ‘vulnerable and scared’ with Mark Wahlberg Calvin Klein shoot

In fact, something gets in the way of Kate Moss’ Calvins. In a recent interview on BBC Radio 4’s “Desert Island Discs” radio show, the supermodel spoke up about her memorable topless Calvin Klein commercial with mark wahlberg calvin klein , saying that she felt “weak and afraid” on set and that her memories of the 1992 shoot were “not very positive.”

“He was really macho, and it was all about him,” Moss said of Wahlberg. His entourage was considerable. Simply put, I was this kind of model. The actor from “Boogie Nights”‘ raucous companion group during his ascent to prominence served as the inspiration for the HBO hit “Entourage.”

When Moss, then 17, hugged her co-star while posing without a top, she said she felt “totally” objectified.


She claimed, “I think they took advantage of my vulnerabilities. Calvin adored the fact that I was naïve and yet quite young.

Additionally, Moss claimed that she experienced “extreme anxiety” leading up to the big event and was given Valium to help. Before the shoot, I didn’t feel good at all. I couldn’t get out of bed for like, a week or two,” the model admitted.
Moss has previously spoken publicly about the unsettling incident. When she went to go work with mark wahlberg calvin klein and Herb Ritts when she was 17 or 18, she admitted to having a nervous breakdown to Vanity Fair in 2012.

“It didn’t feel at all like me. I felt awful for straddling this muscular man. I did not enjoy it. I spent a two-week period unable to leave my bed. I believed I was going to pass away.

In a 2020 interview with the Guardian, mark wahlberg spoke about working with Moss, telling the publication, “I suppose I was definitely a little rough around the edges. Almost doing what I do. Let’s say I wasn’t particularly… worldly.

In his late teens and early 20s, “Planet of the Apes” actor had numerous run-ins with the law. The actor, who was 16 at the time of the attack on the Vietnamese man in 1988, served around 45 days in prison before requesting a pardon in 2014.

But the former Funky Bunch member said that they had subsequently reconciled. “I recognised her and greeted her. I believe we occasionally ran into one other at concerts where we greeted hello and made small talk, he told the publication.

Even calvin Klein himself seems to have fewer than positive memories of the well-known underwear advertisement.

“Things didn’t go well. [Kate] had no interest in [mark wahlberg calvin klein]. In 2010, the designer remarked, “I have worked with so many great ladies, and Kate was always challenging. Wahlberg is a delight.


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