Inspiration comes from everywhere … a flea market, a piece of music you love, a fabric, a person … the list goes on. But one of the oldest, truest forms of fashion inspiration comes from flipping through the glossy pages of a magazine. From adding it to a mood board, pasting it to your wall, or filing away for a later date, editorials are one of the most expressive and strongest forms of fashion inspiration. They are art in and of itself. We came across this one the other day, and we just had to share. Titled “Freedom Child,” Corinne Day captures Kate Moss in the most beautiful, dreamy light, creating one of our favorite photo shoots of all time. It also doesn’t hurt that Kate Moss is our favorite fashion icon and, dare we say – there’s more than a little gypsy influence gracing each of these photographs. Running in the pages of February 2002 Vogue UK, this one is from the archives.