Cathy Kasterine started her career as a fashion assistant under Liz Tilberis at British Vogue before starting as a freelance stylist in the early 90s. Her first stories for i-D were shot by Terry Richardson, Ellen von Unwerth and Corinne Day – with whom she styled Kate Moss’ very first i-D cover for The Smart Issue in December 1993. Cathy and Corinne also worked together on the infamous Kate Moss knicker story the same year for Vogue, which, among some other uproar, produced that fairy light photo, currently residing in the Tate Modern collections – and the minds of every fashion literate person the world over. Cathy went on to consult for Prada and styled the 1997 Miu Miu show, a collaboration that lasted six seasons. A longstanding i-D Contributing Fashion Editor, Cathy’s contributions include several shoots with Pierre Bailly, from the expertly named My Hair Looks Flat…Can We Do Another One? For The Offspring Issue (September 2007) to Red Hair, Pink Eyes in The Pain and Pleasure Issue (April 2009). Cathy also worked her magic on Georgia Jagger for The Flesh and Blood Issue (Winter 2009), Natalia Vodianova for The Home Is Where The Heart Is Issue (Spring 2010) and a 9-page spread photographed by Carlotta Manaigo in The Define Yourself Issue (Fall 2010). Inspired by “English life in all its range”, Cathy continues to inspire i-D readers with her work, capturing the un-catchable spirit of youth every time.