If you’d been hoping to hop on Eurostar this November to check out the much-buzzed-about Kate Moss exhibition at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris, you’d better think again. The show, which was due to explore Kate’s supermodel status through iconic photographs from the past 20 years, has been delayed until 2010 due to lack of funding.
The museum relies on private donors for big-scale exhibits like this, and this announcement is surpising since Kate’s name can pull in cash from everyone from Topshop’s Sir Philip Green to broke teenagers who idolize her. So how come no one is chomping at the bit to help get this project get off the ground?
Still, you’d think if Kate really wanted this exhibition to happen, she could stick her hand in her own pocket…
Article excerpted from modelsblog.info