The British supermodel insists her profession takes more "skill" than looks and would love to teach other women how to succeed on the catwalk.
She explained: "I think I could definitely open a modellingschool. Kate`s ModellingSchool? Moss`s Models? Put Moss`s Models down!
"Even some of the top models I know, they don`t know... I mean. One of my best friends is a beautiful, amazing looking, gorgeous girl, but she just sees it as work. She puts the clothes on and she looks gorgeous. But you need to see it as a skill.
"You can be the most intelligent person in the world, but it won`t make you a good teacher. I`m very short and I`m completely lopsided - I`m not like those perfect, gorgeous Amazonian Brazilians. But if you learn how to work it, then that`s it!"
Kate, 36, also warned aspiring models to prepare for the fact it is much harder work than it may seem.
She added in an interview with the January edition of Company magazine: "Girls interested in modelling need to realise that its hard work. You can go to a shoot in the morning and not even start shooting until 10pm - and still be there at 5am the next day. Then if you still haven`t got the shot, you`ll have to go back the next day and start again!
"It`s not just a case of posing and pouting. It`s not just like, `Hold your left leg in your hand,` There`s a lot more to it. It`s like dancing. I guess you need an eye for art, and also to get it into your head that it`s not you - you`re somebody else and act like somebody else."