Kate Moss has never been tempted to wear something horrible just to see if she can make it fashionable.
The British model is one of the most trend-setting stars around, with women the world over flocking to copy her style - but Moss sees that as a big compliment and doesn't worry that having people mirror her look means she isn't unique any more.
"People try and tempt me to do that. They're like, 'Everyone will be copying it and it will be hilarious. Do it!' But I'm not tempted," she told the British edition of Grazia.
"Are they gonna put it in all the magazines? Ha! But no. I haven't done it on purpose anyway."
Moss, who used to design a collection for Topshop, said she loved seeing young girls wearing her pieces. If she ever drove past teenagers in her designs she'd roll down the window and shout at them, which they usually couldn't believe.
The 38-year-old star's wardrobe is extensive and she finds it hard to part with items which have sentimental value.
"I do [lose track of things]. Things go missing. I'm like, 'Where's that? Is it in the country, is it in London, is it in storage?' There's systems. Of jeans. And longs. And shorts, blacks and coloureds," she said.
"[I didn't devise the system.] I had to have professional help, because there's like too. Much. Stuff! And I find it really hard to edit. I'm like, 'Oh! I don't want to let it go!' They're like, 'No! You're never going to wear that! Put it away. So, I put it away."
Moss told the magazine that marrying the Kills rocker Jamie Hince last year had not changed her wardrobe - but the guitarist did tell her when she had gone too far.
"He would go mental if I started dressing like a wife! No! He likes me when I'm a rock'n'roll kind of girl", she said.
But the supermodel said that she had been forced to compromise her fashion choices since getting a pet dog.
"It's a nightmare... I'm having to rethink everything. You can't walk a dog in a heel. You look ridiculous"... Course (I've tried)," she said.
Moss said that she had professional help coming up with a storage system for her own wardrobe.
She told the magazine that people had tried to persuade her to wear something ridiculous to see if her fans copied her, but she was not tempted.