Known most commonly for her early images of Kate Moss, and pioneering grunge aesthetics in fashion editorial photography, Corinne Day has inspired generations with her work. Using a raw snapshot camera, capturing her life moments and personal relationships, her photographs represents an unfiltered documentation of youth culture, before it was tampered by watered-down fictions and heavy commercialization.

Published with Mörel Books, and releasing this month, "May the Circle Remain Unbroken" is her first post-humous book since 2010, celebrating unseen and previously unpublished photographs, with essays by Glenn O'Brien and Charlotte Cotton.