Kate Moss and Mark Wahlberg in Calvin Klein underwear Calvin Klein not only came up with the first designer underwear brand (in 1982) but, a decade later, he set the fashion compass to androgyny with his iconic advertising campaign that introduced us to 18-year-old Kate Moss. Topless, wearing pants hitched up over the waistband of her jeans and no make-up, it's surprising we even noticed her. The unequivocal star of the ad was Mark Wahlberg. Hip hop star Marky Mark, as he was then known, was famous for stripping down to his pants, showing off his six pack and gyrating his hips and 'sugar lumps' on stage. Bruce Weber captured it all in his moody black and white images along with what it felt like to be young and feel sexy in the '90s. In truth, the chemistry between Moss and Wahlberg wasn't sizzling. "She kind of looked like my nephew," he said about his co-star. "Beautiful... but I was into women with curves." The adverts changed the course of fashion, ushering in grunge then 'heroin chic - Miss Moss became the figurehead for both - along with Calvin Klein fragrances and clothes.