As our beauty team made the rounds backstage during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2010, we noticed a bevy of models sporting disheveled and, dare we say, messy strands as they prepared to march the runway.
It was hair that looked undone, in a perfectly done way. After consulting with a few lead hairstylists, we discovered the not-so-surprising motive behind the madness: Kate Moss. Over twenty five years in the limelight, and Moss is still a muse. Read more … Keep reading »
Sad news: You won’t be able to get your Kate Moss-designed sequined maxi dresses and slouchy vests anymore because the she’ll be ending her business relationship with Topshop. This comes as a bit of a surprise seeing that the last Topshop/Moss-related news had to do with the model making and selling jam at Topshop, which might be completely random (or just a weird rumor), but definitely didn’t indicate any ending of a relationship. Although Moss has reportedly earned some $5.2 million from her personal style-influenced designs for the retailer, she apparently has more on her plate this year and can’t give enough time to designing the collections.
Here’s where things get interesting, however: Following Moss’s departure, Topshop’s owner, Sir Philip Green, has enlisted his 19-year-old daughter, Chloe, to design her own line for the store …
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Kate Moss has worn a lot of hats in her life already—model, designer, horrible singer, writer (ha!). And now … she wants to make jam? Random! That’s the word floating around the rumor mill now—that Moss adores plums and has a jam recipe that she wants to mass produce. According to Hint magazine, the British supermodel has even gone so far as to ask “Topshop’s Sir Philip Green to get her prime product placement on store shelves.” Keep reading »
Kate Moss will appear on the cover of the U.K. edition of Vogue for its September issue. (Again.) She must be getting bored of this. [Catwalk Queen] Keep reading »
Kate Moss, perhaps the most over-exposed yet somehow mysterious model of our time, is venturing into the realm of reality TV. Moss won’t be hosting her own show — the gods are not that kind — but she will be making a guest appearance on Great British Hairdresser, a show slated to be hosted by her friend, hair stylist James Brown. Though perhaps not the world’s most original concept, the celebrity guests stopping in should make it far and away cooler than most of the American hairdresser search incarnations. If Moss wasn’t enough to convince you to tune in, Gwyneth Paltrow and Liv Tyler will also make appearances. [Press Association]
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