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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.
December magazine covers can usually be counted on to be festive, but Interview Russia‘s is the complete opposite. Instead Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell pose topless in a striking black and white cover pic.
As of late, we’ve been learning more about the über-mysterious Kate Moss than ever before — between a forthcoming documentary, telling Vanity Fair all about the nervous breakdown she had at 17, and the release of a vintage backstage interview, we’re finally seeing a more up-close-and-personal side of the supermodel. And she’s (quite literally) exposing even more of herself in Vogue Spain.
For a woman as enigmatic at Kate Moss, we sure have been getting some choice glimpses into her past as of late.
Calvin Klein was the first fashion designer to enter into America’s widespread cultural lexicon, through sensational (and often controversial) advertising, savvy licensing, and simple, wearable clothing. He got his start in 1968 after founding a coat shop in the York Hotel with $10,000, and over the next three decades proceeded to take the country by storm. So, on Klein’s 70th birthday, we take a look back at seven of his brand’s most iconic moments.
Be still, our hearts!
Kate Moss launched Kate: The Kate Moss Book in London last night and, as expected, high rollers in the fashion industry showed up. Designers like Stella McCartney, models like Kristen McMenamy, and socialites like Pixie Geldof came out to fete the model, but all eyes were on Moss herself.
Another day, another Kate Moss fashion spread. Only this time, she’s posing with Rihanna, and they’re both half-naked and groping each other. Yep, it must be Thursday.
Being the spawn of a supermodel definitely has its perks (see: Linda Evangelista‘s alleged five-figure-a-month child support agreement or Cindy Crawford‘s impeccable genes), but we can imagine that seeing your mom naked all of the time would be one of the less enjoyable aspects of the gig.
While for many of us New Yorkers, lack of transportation and power meant last night’s Halloween festivities were pretty much confined to scary movie marathons at home, celebrities and fashion folk out on the West Coast and beyond celebrated the holiday in all its costumed glory.
Kate Moss covers the December issue of Vanity Fair, and inside, she candidly reveals that her rise to the top wasn’t always glamourous. In fact, for her it was the exact opposite, and she opens up about having a nervous breakdown when she was just 17-years-old and feeling uncomfortable posing nude.
Kate Moss looks like she got caught in a very fashionable tropical storm on the November cover of Jalouse. Dressed in a Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama raincoat, the super (and her perfectly tousled hair) poses in the midst of some artfully placed palm fronds. Frankenstorm Sandy, this is not.
Back in July, Kate Moss starred in George Michael‘s music video for “White Light”. The song was forgettable, and the video was eh, kind of cool, but now the pair have landed themselves a French Vogue cover. Pourquoi?
Most of the time models’ tattoos get covered up or Photoshopped into oblivion before their photos make their way into magazines, but sometimes editors let the ink take center stage. We’ve put together a gallery of some of the best shots of models like Freja Beha, Catherine McNeil, and Erin Wasson that show off their badass body art.
The September issue is a big deal for any fashion mag, but French Vogue’s marks a new look for the Emmanuele Alt-helmed glossy. To celebrate, the editor wrangled a trifecta of present-day supers — Kate Moss, Lara Stone, and Daria Werbowy — to pose for the cover.
Earlier this month, we caught a glimpse at what Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Karen Elson, and more models were wearing at the Olympics’s Closing Ceremony. Tonight, we got a look at the supers in action on the telly, and it was nothing short of amazing and fantastic.
Naomi Campbell hosted a Fashion for Relief charity dinner in London last night, and her fashionable friends really took their outfits seriously. Kate Moss, Georgia May Jagger, and even Sarah Ferguson showed up — and everyone wore black.
Karlie Kloss may have snagged the coveted September cover of British Vogue, but Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Karen Elson, and more star in an Olympic-themed photoshoot inside the issue, which is actually part of the Closing Ceremony.
David Neville and Marcus Wainwright of Rag & Bone are opening their first London outpost on Wednesday, and to celebrate the new store, they unveiled the brand’s first print ad campaign, which features none other than perennial Brit It-girl Kate Moss.
Our widely recognized favorite supermodel of all time is back – this time on the cover of Ukrainian Harper’s Bazaar.