The supermodel will be jamming at the music festival this year but a jar of the fruity stuff might cost you £30
Jamming is in. It’s cool. We’ve known this for a while, but the fruity stuff has just gone and got itself the ultimate style stamp of approval from Kate Moss.
While we’re used to seeing the supermodel clad in Hunter wellies and denim shorts at the music festival, this year she's taking a different approach: she’ll be jamming.
Moss is said to be bringing her own stall to the festival this year selling her homemade jam, with her 12-year-old daughter Lila Grace acting as sales assistant.
A friend of the star told The Mirror: “Kate has been making damson, blackberry and gooseberry jam for some years and gives it away to her friends.”
However, the model isn’t entering the jam game as a new business venture because the proceeds will reportedly be going to charity.
So, if you’re off to Glastonbury this year, remember to take a loaf of bread, some sort of toasting device and a lot of cash as whispers suggest a jar of Moss's fruity stuff will set you back £30. Fashion jam, indeed.
Prepare to strike a sticky pose.