Fashion News Roundup: Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress For £60, Most In-Demand Models and Kate Moss' Opus

The World's Most In-Demand Models: A pile of statistics rank models according to number of covers, runway appearances, Twitter followers and Google searches. Anja Rubik comes out as #1, with Freja Beha Erichsen and Lara Stone not far behind. {The Fashion Spot} Kate Moss Retrospective Slideshow: In preparation for her wedding tomorrow, Vogue UK compiled a seriously lengthy gallery of Moss' covers, editorial spreads and street style shots from 1992 to present day. The old '90s shots by Corinne Day are fantastic, as are some of the model's changes; remember when she had the pixie cut? {Vogue UK} Alessandra Facchinetti Returns To Designing: The designer's adding another project to her formidable resume--she was creative director at both Gucci and Valentino, and did a seven-year stint at Miu Miu--with a collection for Pinko, called Uniqueness. The goal? Forget about regular seasons and instead caters to customers' desires. {WWD}
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The World's Most In-Demand Models: A pile of statistics rank models according to number of covers, runway appearances, Twitter followers and Google searches. Anja Rubik comes out as #1, with Freja Beha Erichsen and Lara Stone not far behind. {The Fashion Spot} Kate Moss Retrospective Slideshow: In preparation for her wedding tomorrow, Vogue UK compiled a seriously lengthy gallery of Moss' covers, editorial spreads and street style shots from 1992 to present day. The old '90s shots by Corinne Day are fantastic, as are some of the model's changes; remember when she had the pixie cut? {Vogue UK} Alessandra Facchinetti Returns To Designing: The designer's adding another project to her formidable resume--she was creative director at both Gucci and Valentino, and did a seven-year stint at Miu Miu--with a collection for Pinko, called Uniqueness. The goal? Forget about regular seasons and instead caters to customers' desires. {WWD}
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The World's Most In-Demand Models: A pile of statistics rank models according to number of covers, runway appearances, Twitter followers and Google searches. Anja Rubik comes out as #1, with Freja Beha Erichsen and Lara Stone not far behind. {The Fashion Spot}

Kate Moss Retrospective Slideshow: In preparation for her wedding tomorrow, Vogue UK compiled a seriously lengthy gallery of Moss' covers, editorial spreads and street style shots from 1992 to present day. The old '90s shots by Corinne Day are fantastic, as are some of the model's changes; remember when she had the pixie cut? {Vogue UK}

Alessandra Facchinetti Returns To Designing: The designer's adding another project to her formidable resume--she was creative director at both Gucci and Valentino, and did a seven-year stint at Miu Miu--with a collection for Pinko, called Uniqueness. The goal? Forget about regular seasons and instead caters to customers' desires. {WWD}

A £60 Version Of Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress is Available: London fast-fashion chain Peacocks is reproducing the Duchess' McQueen gown. They already did her engagement dress for £14, which sold out instantly, and the clamor for this is expected to be even greater. {Telegraph}

California Passes Web Sales Tax Law: Cali made a law requiring online retailers to collect sales tax, which companies often charge customers for but rarely submit to the state. Battles are sparking between big e-retailers like Amazon, who called the bill unconstitutional and and said they won't work with any CA affiliates if the law goes into effect. {WWD}

Anthony Vaccarello Dishes On Winning The ANDAM: The Parisian designer, who previously worked with Karl Lagerfeld at Fendi, beat out contenders for the prestigious ANDAM award with a striking collection of intricate mini dresses. However, he plans to use his winnings to methodically grow his brand; he says he has no interest in being "the hip new designer." {Elle UK}

Daphne Guinness' Designed A Chain-Mail-esque Jeweled Glove: After Guinness told jeweler and friend Shaun Leane "I want to make a suit of armor" at a party five years ago, the two decided to collaborate on a single elaborate piece they call "Contra Mundum," or "Against The World." Check out Nick Knight's stunning photos of a nearly-nude Guinness wearing the elbow-length glove here. {ShowStudio}

Christian Louboutin's Eight-Inch Ballet Stilettos: He of the (arguably) too-big-to-fail soles was inspired by the ballet and created these Swarovski-crystal-encrusted heels to mimic a ballet dancer's pointe shoes. They do not look remotely wearable. {Daily Mail}