Supermodel Kate Moss has left model agency Storm Management after 28 years.
It was revealed on Thursday (31Mar16) that the 42-year-old model is taking ownership of her own career by leaving the London agency following an amicable split.
Kate, who is arguably the U.K.'s most successful high-end fashion model and cover star, has decided to move her business in-house to take care of her affairs for the first time.
A spokesperson from Storm said: "After a successful 28 year relationship, Kate is moving her business in-house, and we will continue to maintain an active involvement in our ongoing deals for her."
She was discovered in 1988 by Storm's founder Sarah Doukas at the age of 14 as she was travelling through New York's JFK airport and has been signed to them ever since.
Fashion icon Kate rose to fame throughout the '90s, fronting campaigns for American brand Calvin Klein and being dubbed the face of the controversial heroin chic fashion movement.
Kate is not the only supermodel who has taken a step back from Storm's business lead approach.
Cara Delevingne, who has fronted several fashion campaigns alongside Kate, including editorials for British label Burberry and high street brand Mango, cut ties with the agency in 2015 to focus on her acting career.
"Our strong speculation is that she, like Cara, is looking for a more personal management approach," an insider told the MailOnline (31Mar16).
"Storm sent an email round last week to clients saying that they have now changed their name to Storm Management and they are no longer a model agency."
Kate is currently in the midst of a divorce from musician husband Jamie Hince, of band The Kills, The pair married in 2011.