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The ex-Oasis star and his supermodel pals will take part in the show as part of Channel 4's Stand Up to Cancer charity fundraiser. Pals: Tom appeared to escort Kate Moss in the absence of her husband, Jamie Hince . Noel Gallagher and wife Sarah McDonald were amongst those to raise a glass, absence – and his stunning actress girlfriend Gemma Chan. Then and now: Former Bros star Matt Goss poses for a shot with One. Kate Moss is going to regret admitting she still wears a present Noel Gallagher gave her way back in Kate Moss should probably go under the radar for a bit now because Noel Gallagher is going to be hunting her down. The year-old supermodel accidentally put her foot in it.
Yoga-loving and clean-living, Frost has written a book about wellbeing called Nourish. These days, she breakfasts on chia seeds and green smoothies rather than Veuve Cliquot.
Indeed, alcohol is largely a thing of the past. Frost confesses to spending regular Saturday nights alone at the cinema, and her forays into romance have been largely ill-fated. Her current relationship, with multi-millionaire Darren Strowger seems, thankfully, calmer. Professionally, there have been lows, too. Months after daughter Anais was born inthey split.
There was also the spectre of addiction. Inshe went to rehab for two months: I mean, I was heartbroken about me and Noel. I had to learn to let all the anger and bitterness and emotion go.
She even stood unsuccessfully for election as an MEP on an animal welfare ticket. Romance has been similarly chequered: The old gang remain loyal, and Sadie Frost attended her 50th birthday party last month. Blonde heiress Davinia starred in the soap Hollyoaks, but her off-screen life has been far more dramatic.
The debauched lifestyle wreaked havoc. Throughout, though, Davinia had her own issues. Her marriage to Gardner ended inas she battled alcohol addiction and depression before being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and Gardner won custody of their son, Grey.
He always knew the right people.
They were inter esting and talented. But he was never a bullshitter. He really knew his stuff.Kate, Noel and Naomi On Crisps - Stand Up To Cancer
He was born in in Montevideo, Uruguay, where his father was a salesman for tobacco companies. His mother was Swiss-German.
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The two set up Dazedas it is affectionately known, with money from Rankin's parents, and the magazine grew and thrived during the Nineties, along with Brit Art, Brit Pop, and British fashion. It shaped and documented a decade of youth culture, providing a platform for Alexander McQueen the magazine's fashion editor-at-largebands like Radiohead and Bjork, photographers and artists such as Jake and Dinos Chapman, Damien Hirst, Nick Knight and Sam Taylor-Wood.
Other Jefferson friends who featured in early issues included art dealer Jay Jopling, actress Chloe Sevigny, and the photographer Nick Waplington. The magazine was her first client in the mid-Nineties. His friends at the time weren't high-profile; he was just part of that era.
The approach was very genuine. If he wanted an interview with Madonna, he wouldn't go through the usual PR channels. He'd know someone in LA who knew Madonna. He'd make things happen. He gave equal status to experimental music, art, and fashion, drawing on his contacts and friends.
They were all pioneers. Jefferson is the real thing. I think he and Rankin saw themselves as making youth culture.
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They were part of it all. He's always been on the inside. Rankin's photographic studio is in the same building, in Old Street, so it is not unusual to see All Saints trouping in for a photo session.
You could invent yourself there. I had a great time. I made full use of the relaxed office attitudes. It was like a little family. Jefferson has turned into a bit of a celebrity now. He's a sweet guy, but he reached a point where he was king of the hill. You become a bit rude under the pressure, I expect. He now has the grand and corporate-sounding title of group editorial director, and a new project, a twice-yearly magazine called Another.
It launches next month. The company, which remains independent, also publishes Rankin's own photography magazine, Rank, and will launch Intersection, a magazine about cars and car culture, next year.