Whether or not there are any heroes left in this world is an open question, but few would argue they are a dying breed. In this ensuing narrative vacuum, however one thing is certain, viz., antiheroes at last are getting their due! Enter Jane Moseley, fashion’s own antihero according to the 16 July 2017 cover story of Sunday Times Style. Before she had ever considered modeling, Jane had long established herself an artist, significant enough to be collected by “good” collectors.“I’ve sold pieces to some good collectors,” she says speaking with Helena de Bertodano of The Times, “but I’d rather not name names. My underlying message is my love of the supernatural.” It was not until Jane turned 30 that she began modeling in earnest after earning a Balenciaga runway exclusive. That nod by Demna Gvasalia has opened all sorts of doors for Jane in this sometimes wacky world of fashion. “They easily buy that I’m an artist. ‘Of course you are!’ But if I say I’m a model, they look at me with incredulity and can’t help themselves — ‘You’re a model?’ I’m, like, ‘Yeah, believe it or not, man.’” Tattoos and all, Jane Moseley is a model, she is an artist, and she most definitely is fashion’s antihero.

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Credits include: Publication, Sunday Times Style 16 July 2017; Photography, Beau Grealy; Styling, Alison Edmond; Hair, Maranda; Makeup, John Mckay.

Jane Moseley | Sunday Times Style 16 July 2017 (Photography: Beau Grealy)

Jane Moseley | Sunday Times Style 16 July 2017 (Photography: Beau Grealy)