Well-known fashion photographer Bruce Weber and Kate Moss were in Detroit doing a fashion shoot for W magazine.
Moss -- smoking cigarettes and drinking Red
Bull during her down time -- was photographed on the steps of the
Heidelberg's polka-dotted house, wearing a pair of black platform
heels, a tiny pink tank top and a black micro mini-skirt that brought
new meaning to the words micro and mini. Later, she
changed tops -- in plain view of all around -- and slipped on a single
polka-dotted Heidelberg tank for another round of photos before
retreating to her trailer for the duration of the morning. Meanwhile
Weber, flanked by his team of four assistants, took dozens of shots of
Guyton's visionary art experiment and a few portraits of Guyton with
his Heidelberg students.