"Calvin was clever, he saw from the pictures that it was obsession, and it really was an obsession," she told Nick Knight for Show Studio´s Subjective series. "I'd wake up in the morning and he'd be taking pictures of me. I was like, 'Fuck off!' I lay like that [naked on a couch] for 10 days. He would not stop taking pictures of that. But, he's Italian, you know? He was like, 'Lay down, I'll tell you when we've got it!' We probably had it in the first roll. They rented us a house, just me and him and loads of film, in this deserted little shack on the beach."
Far from being an idyllic escape, the shoot drove the couple to breaking point, and the relationship never recovered.
"I was so… we split up after that," she revealed. "When you're in a relationship with a photographer and they start abusing that relationship - and being like, 'I want you to do this, and I want you to do that' - it makes you go, 'No'. I didn't want to work all the time, but he'd be like, 'Get up on the roof, take your clothes off,' and I would think, 'Fuck off!' Now I understand that kind of thing a bit better, capturing an image, but at the time I was 17."
Speaking of the international attention that followed, Moss revealed that her life changed - and not initially for the better - but soon, she built a support network to help her cope.
When Knight suggests that no one - apart from perhaps Marilyn Monroe or Jackie Kennedy - has occupied the same volume of headlines or visual space, Moss responds with signature wit: "Of course there has. Kerry Katona. Or Katie Price. I never think: 'I'm in the papers all the time, because there are loads of people who are in the papers all the time."