I was sad to hear of the death of fashion photographer Corinne Day. She died last Friday after a long battle with cancer. It was 1990 when she photographed a teenage Kate Moss for The Face, and propelled them both into fashion super-stardom. Day went on to define the hard-edged, down-beat aesthetic of the 1990s with her gritty yet intimate fashion images and Moss became the most famous British model in history. As a fashion student in the 1990s, Day was a huge influence and helped make high fashion more obtainable and understandable. I was lucky enough to interview her around the time of her memorable Diary exhibition and book in 2000 and found her to be deep and profound - she saw past the glamour of fashion but was able depict it in the most intriguing way. Flicking through my old copy of Diary (Kruse Verlag, 2000) I found this stark and beautiful image of a pregnant woman and felt it should be celebrated on my blog. RIP Corinne Day.