Fashion News Roundup: Vogue China's Freja Tribute, Topless Kate Moss and Fashion's Night In Gets Supersized

Tao Okamoto As Freja In Vogue China: There's nothing better than a model's homage to another model, and this one is amazing. Okamoto gets wispy-haired and leathered up to recreate Freja's enviable model-off-duty style and the result is dead on. Props to stylist Claire Richardson. {Models.com} Rihanna Covers September Glamour: So it begins. The first of the September covers appears with this seriously bootylicious sequin pants shot. {The Cut} Fashion Film: Daphne Guiness As Jean Seberg: Guinness collaborated with filmmaker and photographer Joe Lally to create The Murder of Jean Seberg, an art film that loosely tells the story of the beloved American actress' controversial death in 1979 (it's more conceptual than fact-based). Read the interviews with Guinness and Lally as well. {ShowStudio}
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Tao Okamoto As Freja In Vogue China: There's nothing better than a model's homage to another model, and this one is amazing. Okamoto gets wispy-haired and leathered up to recreate Freja's enviable model-off-duty style and the result is dead on. Props to stylist Claire Richardson. {Models.com} Rihanna Covers September Glamour: So it begins. The first of the September covers appears with this seriously bootylicious sequin pants shot. {The Cut} Fashion Film: Daphne Guiness As Jean Seberg: Guinness collaborated with filmmaker and photographer Joe Lally to create The Murder of Jean Seberg, an art film that loosely tells the story of the beloved American actress' controversial death in 1979 (it's more conceptual than fact-based). Read the interviews with Guinness and Lally as well. {ShowStudio}
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Tao Okamoto As Freja In Vogue China: There's nothing better than a model's homage to another model, and this one is amazing. Okamoto gets wispy-haired and leathered up to recreate Freja's enviable model-off-duty style and the result is dead on. Props to stylist Claire Richardson. {Models.com}

Rihanna Covers September Glamour: So it begins. The first of the September covers appears with this seriously bootylicious sequin pants shot. {The Cut}

Fashion Film: Daphne Guiness As Jean Seberg: Guinness collaborated with filmmaker and photographer Joe Lally to create The Murder of Jean Seberg, an art film that loosely tells the story of the beloved American actress' controversial death in 1979 (it's more conceptual than fact-based). Read the interviews with Guinness and Lally as well. {ShowStudio}

Vogue.co.uk Will Extend "Fashion's Night In" To Five Days This Season: Since their online sale, Fashion's Night In, had such great success last year, the site is putting together a five-day-long event starting December 5 that will feature exclusive sales and collections from a host of retailers, all released bit by bit from their blog. It's just in time for the Christmas shopping season; hopefully they feature some U.S. stores! {Vogue UK}

Kate Moss Goes Topless For Terry Richardson: The model and photographer are notorious friends, which apparently means she's totally cool with stripping it all off to pose for him. Notice she appears to be holding one of his infamous flannels. Like many Richardson shots, this creeps me out. {Styleite}

The Story Behind Anna Dello Russo's Famous Cherry Hat: The now-famous cherries were designed by British milliner Piers Atkinson, who was inspired by "sex on the brain" and 80s images of girls eating chocolate-dipped fruit. Weird. {Elle UK}

Louis Vuitton Is Releasing A Book About Their Stores: Louis Vuitton: Architecture & Interiors details the art that goes into developing its worldwide stores/empire with 304 pages of photos, illustrations, artist's sketches and interviews with past collaborators like Jun Aoki. The regular is $85, but if you really love the LV theres a $130 limited edition version with metallic monogrammed slipcovers. {WWD}