Kate Moss, who turns 40 on Jan. 16, will be recognized for her 25-year-long career as a renowned supermodel in the new Parisian documentary Looking for Kate. The doc is set to air on the French TV channel Paris Premiere on Jan. 12.
The special broadcast will focus on the fashion icon's life and career, reports Vogue Paris. While Moss isn't involved with the project herself, the doc will provide insight on her mysterious life, with contributions from David Ross, the man who first photographed Moss at age 16, photographers Paolo Roversi and Peter Lindbergh and designer Isabel Marant.
Since signing her first big contract with Yves Saint Laurent in 1992, the fashion legend has appeared on campaigns for Chanel, Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein and Prada, to name a few. In addition to highlighting her career, the doc also "delves into some of the darker aspects of the woman whose face is known all over the world but whose story remains shrouded in mystery." From Moss' four-year relationship with Johnny Depp to her controversial relationship with drug addict Pete Doherty and the 2005 cocaine scandal, there's still a lot to be uncovered.
Although the supermodel may be turning 40, she's showing no signs of slowing down -- she recently graced the cover of Playboy magazine's December issue, looking like a total babe in her bunny suit, and will release a Topshop Collection in April.