I found many of these references through Joshua Hastings’ blog (written while he was a student in Contemporary Media Practice at University of Westminster)
“Kate Moss” by Avril Mair, i-D December 1993
Gandee, Charles. “Under the Influence” US Vogue, March 1994
Goldin, Nan. “Naked New York: Nan Goldin meets Yukio Kobayashi” artist’s notes by Nan Goldin. Nicole Co (1996)
Nickerson, Camilla and Neville Wakefield, eds. Fashion Photography of the Nineties. Scalo 1996
Sischy, Ingrid. Interview with Kate Moss. Interview March 1999
Harold, Christine. 1999. “Tracking Heroin Chic: The Abject Body Reconfigures the Rational Argument.” Argumentation & Advocacy. Fall 36, 2 part 2: pp. 65-76
Buckley, Reka C.V. and Stephen Gundle. “Flash Trash, Gianni Versace and the theory and practice of glamour” Fashion Cultures: Theories, Explorations and Analysis. Stella Bruzzi and Pamela Church-Gibson (eds) , London, Routledge. 2000.
Cotton, Charlotte, ed. Imperfect Beauty: The Making of Contemporary Fashion Photographs” V&A Publications, London, 2000.
Smedley, Elliott. “Escaping to Reality: Fashion Photography in the 1990’s” Fashion Cultures: Theories, Explorations and Analysis. Stella Bruzzi and Pamela Church-Gibson (eds) , London, Routledge. 2000.
Singer, Sally. “Go ask Amy: what would lead a supermodel to use hard drugs and squander a brilliant career? Amy Wesson comes clean to Sally Singer about her addiction and recovery.” Teen Vogue, Fall, 2001, Vol.1(2), p.124(4)
Arnold, Rebecca. Fashion, Desire and Anxiety: image and morality in the twentieth century. Rudgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 2001.
Sherwood, James. “Supermodels and drugs: The truth” The Independent February 13, 2002
Face of Fashion, Susan Bright 2007 National Portrait Gallery
Karen Bettez Halnon, ”Heroin Chic, Poor Chic, and Beyond Deconstructionist Distraction” in Consumers, Commodities and Consumption, Vol. 11, No. 1, December 2009
(You can also contact me for PDFs of these articles.)