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I am unashamed to say that I have a super-crush on Kate Oates, the series producer of ‘Coronation Street.’
I have a confession to make. In the beginning, I did not understand the Kate Moss phenomenon.
It’s no secret that I’ve worked with celebrities like Jennifer Aniston, Kate Beckinsale and Helen Hunt. These women have more than just incredible physiques – they have an inner strength, grace ,and comfort in their own skin, no matter what life serves up.
First of all, returning from motherhood, I was looking for something lighter, and I wasn’t as much attracted to Kate as I was to the relationship between the two people.
My friend Kate St John is not only a brilliant musician and beautiful person, but also an excellent White Goods Adviser.
I really want to work with Tom Hardy. Christian Bale and Russell Crowe are also on my list. Those are my top three actors. As far as actresses go, Kate Beckinsale, because she’s so smokin’ hot.
I would not be in comics if it weren’t for independent creators like Kate Beaton, Jess Fink, and Emily Carroll. That’s where I found my start and inspiration, through women who did it themselves and built a career on their own terms.
I will read anything at all by Kate Atkinson, Daniel Woodrell, and William Kennedy, who are all fearless.
I am extremely involved in the design process of both my brands, Winter Kate and House of Harlow 1960.
If you really want to sort out the High Street, you ask someone like Kate Swann at WHSmith, who has done a fantastic job of running profitable shops.
The Kate Winslet thing has been a shocker. I was like, that is the most ridiculous claim. Amazing, obviously. She’s been my idol since I re-enacted ‘Titanic’ and fell in love with Leo. And it’s a privilege to be called the next anything. But I suppose to be the next you is all you can do.
I always try to avoid looking at the section where my books would be shelved, but I do know that my most reliable neighbor to the right is Kate Chopin’s ‘The Awakening’, which is dispiriting. That’s a book I don’t want to re-read.
Why have a model on the front of your magazine when you can have Kate Winslet, Cate Blanchett or Hilary Swank? Because those girls are intelligent and talented, people are interested.
Two people who I think have the world’s most perfect skin are Cate Blanchett and Kate Bosworth. Maybe there’s something to being named Kate, I don’t know, but those two just seem to be effortless, yet completely, ethereally gorgeous.
To see that the campaign I did for Kate Spade is on the home page, that’s insane. The number of times I’ve logged onto this website and just dreamed about all these clothes, and now I’m in this campaign – I’m so blessed.
I have a lovely light blue Kate Spade wallet. It has pockets for many credit cards, business cards, health insurance cards, and a Burke Williams card for when I want to go to the spa!
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When I look at a magazine and I see Kate Winslet, I will buy it because Kate lends it a sense of achievement: she is brilliant, sexy, a mother.
I’ve been a huge fan of Kate Winslet, and have watched all her films. She is such a solid actor and I look up to her.
Acting-wise, I love Helena Bonham Carter. I love Kate Winslet. I love Angelina Jolie when she was ‘Girl, Interrupted’ Angelina Jolie. There isn’t anybody that I can definitely point to and be like her. Because I’ve never felt like I’ve been able to relate to the women that are famous.
I just wanna be an artist, like someone like Bjork and Kate Bush and Regina Spektor. These are people that have saved people, I think, by being what they are.
One of the most memorable and frightening things when I was four or five was Kate Bush doing ‘Wuthering Heights.’ She did it outside, in a forest, and she did this thing where she looked straight into the camera, and it’s the most frightening thing for a kid to see, but it just stuck in my head.
Walking the runway with Alexander McQueen, I really had to dig deep. You’re with Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. I was the first person out on the runway, but I thought, ‘I have done the Olympics, I can do this.’
Look at Gwyneth Paltrow and my favourite, Kate Winslet. No one ever says, ‘Oh, she’s making a comeback.’ To my mind, I just went on maternity leave and reported back to work.
At the end of the ’90s, I was very bored with the usual models, so I discovered a new generation that impressed me with their fresh look. I still keep working with models like Gisele Bundchen and Kate Moss, and I am still looking for new, interesting faces. Life is about discovery, and you should never stop searching.
When I see Kate Moss out and about, I think she looks more beautiful than when her hairdresser and make-up artist try and make her look like something else. And I remember when Madonna first asked Versace to book me to shoot a campaign with her, she came to see me wearing hardly any make-up, and she looked incredible.
I’m still very much Kate.
I’m a huge fan of Kate Beckinsale. Sigourney Weaver gets me excited. Angelina Jolie… There’s just so many women that do ‘tough’ really well.
I’ve always loved the language of flowers. I discovered Kate Greenaway’s ‘Language of Flowers’ in a used bookstore when I was 16 and couldn’t believe it was such a well-kept secret. How could something so beautiful and romantic be virtually unknown?
No one has put in harder training to become a royal bride than the glossy-haired Kate Middleton.
I’m the male Kate Moss.
To be honest, when I was growing up – I think it’s because of Kate Winslet and ‘Titanic’ – I always wanted to do period.
I admire her so much, but I’m not the next Kate Upton.
When I saw Kate Moss’s champagne tower from her wedding, I was like, ‘Okay, check – I want that. I want fireworks.’
Kate Middleton has no blue blood coursing through her veins. Her father, Michael, is self-made, and he and his wife have been very successful with their party business, but they are and always will be strictly middle class.
My dream collaboration would be with someone like Bjork, Kate Bush, or even Dionne Warwick.
There have been top supermodels in the past that weren’t as tall as the industry demands, like fashion icon Kate Moss.
I grew up listening to a lot of very smart pop records by artists like Kate Bush, Talk Talk, Peter Gabriel, Prince, Depeche Mode, Tears for Fears, The The.
I’m working on a movie called ‘Labor Day’ with Kate Winslet while still balancing kite boarding. Being an actress and an athlete is a challenge, but I’m excited to see what happens.
Sadly, I’ve never met Princess Kate.
Some of my favorite style icons are Kate Moss and Rihanna, except I’m a little bit younger. I put a little bit more teenage into it.
I’d much rather be known as some curvy Kate than as some skinny stick.
Kate Moss is always photographed without her top on, but she doesn’t get any grief. Why me?
Kate Moss makes you dream. She has such a passion for art and the creative process.
Some people are natural beauties, some have great style, but sometimes it comes from talent. Take Kate Winslet: I was listening to her speech at the Golden Globes. That woman has so much intensity. She’s amazing to watch and to listen to. With some people, it can even be their voice that makes them attractive.
I would love Kate Middleton to be in ‘Glee.’ Wouldn’t that be fantastic? That would be great.
I’m obsessed with Kate Middleton. Obsessed. I loved the Royal Wedding. I was so cynical going into it, and pseudo-political about the whole thing, but as soon as I saw her, I was utterly charmed. I’m just completely enchanted by Kate and William.
When I had arrived in Italy, I had my CD Walkman and about 100 CDs. The song that spoke to me was Kate Bush’s ‘The Man With the Child in His Eyes,’ from 1978.
But my middle daughter, Kate, is very involved in martial arts, and I was just at one of her competitions.
The people I look up to most are actresses such as Kate Winslet and Amy Schumer, who have never been size zero and are judged on their bodies of work, not their bodies.
I always loved Kate Winslet, but after you meet her you really love her because she’s a cool chick.
The Kate Spade woman is a classy sort of working woman who’s still stylish.
Kate Mara is actually one of my really good friends.
Kate Winslet is incredible. She’s so lovely and so flexible, and she’s got three kids, and she’s flying internationally to work. It’s amazing to see strong women doing what they want to do and doing it well.
At times I’ve got a really big ego. But I’ll tell you the best thing about me. I’m some guy’s dad; I’m some little gal’s dad. When I die, if they say I was Annie’s husband and Zachary John and Anna Kate’s father, boy, that’s enough for me to be remembered by. That’s more than enough.
I adore Kate Atkinson, her literary as well as her crime output.
I love ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ – it seems to offer up new layers every time you read it. I also love Kate Atkinson’s ‘Behind The Scenes At The Museum’ – that’s the book that started me writing.
One of the great things about being a writer/journalist is that my boss loves me to go out and do features on being someone else. I did a feature on Kate Middleton, where I went to an incredible fancy state home in the countryside, put on a wedding dress and posed for engagement pictures with a fake Prince William.
Kate Middleton’s a pretty girl who sounds nice.
I’m really rubbish at putting anything on my skin, because I don’t like the feel of it. But I do love Kate Moss’ Rimmel lipsticks – I keep them in all my coat pockets.
As for Kate Bosworth, I’ve always admired her. I watched her in a movie called ‘Girl in the Park,’ which has never been released – not even on DVD. I had a copy, and it was bravura acting I had not seen from her.
I love Kate Moss. I’ve worked with her a couple of times, and she is a great girl, really funny and easy to work with.
I have to say, working with Dan Stevens in ‘The Guest’ and seeing his transformation was incredible. Also Kate Winslet. Off set, she’s loud and sweary, but when she walks on set, she has this calmness and is so centred.
I’d love to tackle a classic Shakespeare play or take on Nora Helmer in ‘A Doll’s House.’ Musical theater, it’s the classics like Rodgers and Hammerstein and Cole Porter’s ‘Kiss Me Kate.’ I’m much more a Julie Andrews-type soprano than an Idina Menzel.
Kate Upton is curvy and nervy.
Look at Kate Bush, Patti Smith, Yoko Ono – three really private people, but when they’re on stage or when they’re singing, they let go like no one else.
‘Basic Black with Pearls’ contains overt references to Virginia Woolf and covert ones to feminist classics like Kate Chopin’s ‘The Awakening’ and Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s ‘The Yellow Wallpaper.’ The scholar Ruth Panofsky, who writes extensively about Weinzweig, sees echoes of George Eliot.
I’d like to have a solid, classy career with a good CV of work. I want to be known for acting, not my personal life. Women like Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet – they’re intelligent and sophisticated. I want to be given those opportunities.
I’d never met Kate Spade, but I admired her as a designer and a businesswoman.
Where do I begin? I loved working with Kate Hepburn, which was one of the highlights of my life; Working with Richard Burton in Beckett was another great joy.
For me, Kate McKinnon can do no wrong. She is an absolute genius. She’s a hero of mine. Melissa McCarthy is hilarious.
When Kate was born, she was born into a world of joy and happiness and confidence. The difference between the children is night and day. She’s happy, she’s thriving, she’s full of self-confidence. I tell her she’s beautiful every day before I send her off to school.
I’ve always liked Kate Winslet. She’s pretty, smart, and talented.
Well, I’d love to work with Kate Winslet – she’s amazing.
I’d love to see Kate Bush, full stop.
There is only going to be one Kate Moss. Kate is an icon.
Before ‘Giant,’ I had only ever worked with Michael Greif, Michael John LaChiusa and Kate Baldwin in readings. It’s really exciting to be blessed with the opportunity to work with so many I would put in the ‘genius’ book.
I don’t think people should be encouraged to look like Kate Moss; I think that’s unreasonable. I think the normal human body should be glorified. By the same token, if you need a stick to wash yourself, you’re not healthy.
I’m not up there with Kate Winslet and Julia Roberts. I don’t sell tickets. I’ve known that for a long time.
Coming from the U.K., I can think of so many great songs and musical moments that didn’t require a belter of a voice; my favorite singer is Kate Bush and she’s not a belter, or PJ Harvey… I’m definitely more of an alternative girl.
If Kate Moss hadn’t been booked when she was 14, Kate Moss might not exist.