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It’s official: Kate Upton is Vogue‘s “American Dream Girl”, having landed the cover of the June issue after many months of speculation and rumor rebuttal from all sides. The news is remarkable not only because of Upton’s “Cat Daddy” origins, but because the glossy has seen so few models on its cover in the past decade that this puts the Sports Illustrated star in a very rarefied group indeed.
We already know that Kate Moss is an enthusiast of yachting topless in Saint Tropez, but apparently she’s an equally big fan of the tanning lotions! St. Topez announced today that the supermodel has signed on as the new face and body of the brand, and we’ve got a look at the $4 million campaign, plus a peek behind-the-scenes at the shoot, for which Moss strips down to prove she’s “never naked with St. Tropez.”
We’ve never really paid much attention to Kate Moss’ misaligned eyes (probably because she and her photog friends do a great job at hiding that particular quirk). Well, the eyes are on full display on her latest Vogue UK cover.
Tabatha Coffey of Bravo’s Salon Takeover had some choice words for the Black Eyed Pea’s pregnancy garb. And by ‘choice’ we mean, “Fergie, babe, what’s going here? Are you channeling Stevie Nicks at a Johnny Cash benefit down at SXSW?” Well, she was actually at SXSW, if that helps things.
If you’re one of Britain’s oldest motorcycle brands, who else would you ask to front your ad campaign other than Kate Moss? No one, that’s who.
We already know that Kate Moss is not much of a speaker, but the supermodel will do it anyway in the name of charity. This morning, Moss stopped by Nick Grimshaw‘s Radio 1 show to and “opened that mouth of hers” to read Fifty Shades of Grey. And yes, it was awesome.
Is Kate Moss putting on the bunny ears for Playboy? Survey says: …
The luxury hair care brand has selected the world’s most ubiquitous Brit as the face — er, head — of its new Couture Styling line. A sneak peek of the photo shoot shows Kate handling hair modeling like the pro that she is.
Vogue brings back Vogue Festival to educate the humble masses on the fashion industry.
As we’ve seen before, Kate Moss isn’t the best at giving interviews; she’s far better off mugging it up for photogs. But in an interview about her Rimmel nail polish collection, the supermodel is, well, kind of eloquent. Even if we do have some trouble believing some of the things she says.
Models have to be prepared to get themselves into some pretty strange situations on the job. But you’d think certain people would get a pass, namely Kate Moss, who, after 25 years of modeling, can pretty much say “no” to whomever she so pleases. Victoria Beckham likewise doesn’t strike us all that easily persuadable. And yet, Juergen Teller has captured both women in less than glamorous poses. How did he do it?
Kate Moss returns to Rag & Bone for the American line’s latest advertising campaign.
“Kate Cleans Up” reads the boldfaced coverline on Kate Moss‘ just-released cover for LOVE‘s Spring/Summer 2013 issue short by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. And indeed! The model is lying down in a bathtub, slightly sudsy and half-immersed in the bright blue water. But what’s that on her t-shirt?
Today is Kate Moss‘ 39th birthday! And while we’re sure she has big plans for the evening — after all, this is the woman whose past soirées have reportedly involved “legions of strippers” and marathon debauchery — we have a few other suggestions for how she could spend the big day, all narrated through some of her best fashion spreads throughout the years.
Not only is Vogue Paris considered one of the most influential fashion magazines in the world, it’s also made a name for itself with original, inspiring, and occasionally controversial photography. But instead of featuring a big-named photographer and a high-concept shoot for its annual calendar, the 2013 edition is just full of repeat images.
Baby, it’s cold outside, but Versace‘s spring ads are hot.
Riccardo Tisci is getting by with a little help from his friends for Givenchy‘s Spring 2013 campaign.
It’s a good thing Miu Miu‘s members-only pop-up club was only a three day deal, otherwise we would’ve been tempted to hop the pond and sneak our way in to rub shoulders with the crème de la crème of London’s fashion scene.