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Pic’s Of Kate Moss’s Galliano Wedding Dress

01 July 2011, 19.10 | Posted in celebrity | 1 comment »

KateMossGalliano Pics Of Kate Mosss Galliano Wedding Dress

The groom wore YSL and the bride wore Galliano. Looks like a wedding much like any other, ‘cept for the loads of girly bridesmaids, which, how very adorable.

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Kate Moss: Cover No. 2 For New Paris Vogue Editor

21 April 2011, 19.26 | Posted in Magazines, celebrity | No comments »

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Newly-installed Paris Vogue Editor, Emmanuelle Alt, has turned to Kate Moss for her second cover, the May issue. (Giselle grabbed cover No. 1 for those of you not keeping up.) It’s still early on, but clearly Alt is turning to establishment heavy hitters to lay down her foundation. This will be viewed more or less as a misstep by the Carine Roitfeld faithful (count us as a member), though it could mean bigger sales in the long run. As for the cover itself with everyone reaching for a piece of Moss, meh, more like lately she’s handing it out with reckless abandon to whomever comes along with a big enough paycheck.

Video: Kate Moss & Rabbit For Basement

19 April 2011, 21.35 | Posted in Models, advertisement, celebrity, video lookbook | 1 comment »

Kate Moss got down with a Teddy bear recently, and now she’s playing footsie with a bunny rabbit for a Chilean label called Basement. We’ve enjoyed the fashion worlds love affair with plush toys (case in point Jeremy Scott’s panda sneakers!), but Moss is revealing herself to be a bit behind the curve on the trend by participating in a campaign featuring a man in a rabbit suit at least a year after mass market car brand Kia did a spot featuring not just a teddy bear and a sock money, but three more adorable creatures (including a robot who does the robot in the video!!)

PFW Video: Kate Moss Smoking For Louis Vuitton

10 March 2011, 15.07 | Posted in Fashion Week, Models, Runway Show, celebrity | No comments »


No idea Kate Moss had been retired from the runway for seven years prior to her appearance yesterday on Marc Jacob’s Paris Fashion Week runway for Louis Vuitton Autumn 2011. Or that the day she appeared was some sort of anti-smoking day. In any case, her puffing and half-exposed bum are garnering lots of mainsream news presentation, though we’re still not certain if this is a plus for LV or not. In a way, it’s already overexposed, then again, having Kate sprinkle her magic fairy dust on brands has proven more or less to be money in the bank.

Christian Dior Beauté x Kate Moss ‘Be Iconic’ Spring 2011 Preview

04 February 2011, 15.07 | Posted in Fashion, movie | No comments »

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When it comes to fashion media, Kate Moss has been popping up pretty much everywhere lately and all we have to say is make that money girl! Here she stars in Dior Beauté’s latest campaign “Be Iconic.”

Love Magazine Kate Moss Cover No. 3 Spring 2011

01 February 2011, 19.49 | Posted in Models, celebrity, photography | 6 comments »

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We’ve already shown the much-buzzed about Love magazine Spring/Summer 2011 cover, featuring Kate Moss planting a big one on Lea T, and now we have our hands on cover No. 3, featuring a solo Moss. To see cover No. 2, which Lea T gets all to herself, click through to the next page. Via Fashioncopious.  

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Nick Knight x Kate Moss ‘Editing Kate’ Film By Jamie Harley

19 January 2011, 14.56 | Posted in Fashion, Media, Models, movie | 1 comment »

Kate Moss is undoubtedly one of the world’s most photographed women – and in our latest fashion film series, we invite a selection of contemporary video editors to craft their own fashion film from footage captured of Kate Moss during Nick Knight’s editorial for the December 2010 issue of Vogue Italia. The resulting fashion films will be released over spring 2011, alongside interviews with each of the editors to underline their individual approach to the footage, the process of editing Kate, and the emerging genre of fashion film.Via showstudio.

Video: Love Mag Cover Of Kate Moss Kissing Lea T

17 January 2011, 21.56 | Posted in Magazines, Models, celebrity | 1 comment »

A video preview of Love magazine’s Spring/Summer 2011 issue, featuring Kate Moss kissing transsexual model Leah T. If you can’t watch the video, an image of the actual cover on the next page. Via TFS.

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Kate Moss For Liu Jo Spring Campaign

13 January 2011, 15.42 | Posted in Models, advertisement, celebrity, photography | No comments »

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Kate Moss flashes her famous cheekbones for Italy line Liu Jo, in a Spring campaign shot by Mario Sorrenti. Via FGR.

Kate Moss For Balmain

07 January 2011, 23.53 | Posted in Fashion, Media, Models | 5 comments »

Via Nowness:

When Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin signed on to shoot the fall/winter 2010/11 Balmain campaign starring Kate Moss, they did so as double agents. Without anyone knowing, the renowned fashion photographers set up four surveillance-style cameras to capture Moss’s unbridled performance on set. The short film, titled Everglade, takes its name from the haunting Antony and the Johnsons song that serves as its soundtrack, and premieres on NOWNESS today. It marks the latest instance of the Dutch duo’s intentionally blurring the boundaries of reality. “Surrealism is always there in our work, whether it’s in camera or through computer manipulation,” says Van Lamsweerde. “We’ve had the idea for this video for some time. We are fascinated with the different realities going on in one shoot and so the music, the animation, Kate’s movements and the camera angle represent these layers of perception.” With animated illustrations by artist Jo Ratcliffe (in collaboration with Bouwine Pool for Sherbet), the film not only captures Moss in action, but also aims to represent a fantasy inner world. “We talked to [Ratcliffe] about it being half horror and half Disney,” Van Lamsweerde says, and what evolved is an idiosyncratic take on the behind-the-scenes genre. “It ranges from a sinewy heavy metal feel to a much cuter place,” she sums up.