What happened is that when I met Kate [Moss], and she told me that she had a boyfriend, I said, “Who’s the boyfriend?” And she said Mario Sorrenti, and I said, “What does he do?” She said, “He’s a photographer.” I said, “Oh, why don’t you ask him to come up. I’d like to meet him.” So he comes up and he shows me his stuff. Obsession was going down in the toilet that time—the sales were really sliding—and the fragrance company said, “You have to do something.” So Mario walks into my studio and he’s got a book with him. So I said, “What’s that?” And he said, “Those are my private pictures of Kate.” I said, “Really? Can I have a look?” And I look at the pictures and it just says to me Obsession—he was obsessed with her. So I said, “Why don’t the two of you go to an island alone and you just photograph her and let’s see what happens.” And that’s how I got all of it. I just got so much from Mario and her. Taking a chance, taking risks with the photographers and the models … Often, we had a plan, like, with Dick, when we were doing Brooke and commercials, you had to have a storyboard and the whole thing. But then other times, it was like Diana Vreeland just sending people off.