Kate Moss Is More Into Gardening Than Clubbing These Days

In case the potted plants strewn around her home aren’t signal enough, in this British Vogue video shot chez Kate Moss, the supermodel confirms that her interests are more horticultural than countercultural of late. Speaking with Vogue UK creative director Kate Phelan (“So many Kates around everywhere now. So common!” they joke), Moss flips through the current issue of the magazine, which she guest-edited and covers. Speaking about a David Bailey portfolio that features the men in her life — husband Jamie Hince, ex-boyfriend and frequent collaborator Mario Sorrenti, and “Uncle Phil,” as she calls Topshop honcho Sir Philip Green — she notes that she and hairstylist Sam McKnight “used to talk about clubs, and where we were going that night, and now we talk about gardening.”

Inside the portfolio, in which she reveals that she kept her bunny ears from her Playboy cover and loves to watch Dance Moms, Moss also models a number of her signature looks, from a Studio 54–inspired “disco queen” getup (“That’s what I’d [wear] all the time, if I could.”) to a Ziegfeld Follies–worthy ensemble. (“Any party I have is usually an excuse to get a bit of a showgirl outfit on”). Not that she’s partying much these days, to hear her tell it.

Kate Moss Is More Into Gardening Than Clubbing