Fashion News Roundup: Kate Moss Helped Auction a Painting, Agyness Deyn Is Starring in a Movie, and Gisele Wore a See-Through Shirt To Promote her Lingerie Line

Kate Moss auctioned off a painting of Rod Stewart by Ronnie Wood for charity, took some photos with a massive camera, and looked generally displeased
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Kate Moss auctioned off a painting of Rod Stewart by Ronnie Wood for charity, took some photos with a massive camera, and looked generally displeased
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Kate Moss auctioned off a painting of Rod Stewart by Ronnie Wood for charity, took some photos with a massive camera, and looked generally displeased last night. {Telegraph}

Amanda Lepore, basketball wives, scheming customers and piles of Birkins: Just another morning at the Louboutin sample sale. {NY Post}

Want to wear your love for Karl Lagerfeld on your sleeve? This new tee by graphic design team I Love Dust includes a picture of the Kaiser's visage made of quotes, and will be available through the new Karl line May 31. {WWD, subscription required}

Agyness Deyn will star in the film adaptation of Sunset Song, a Scottish novel about an impoverished pre-WWI community. {Vogue UK}

Millennials are spending a lot on expensive luxury items and eating lots of fast food. {Fiscal Times}

Has Tyra Banks told you yet how happy she is about Vogue's new model guidelines? Yes? Well she wants to tell you again. {DailyMail}

Fans went nutso yesterday when Gisele wore a blue bra to promote her new lingerie line in Sao Paulo. {JustJared}

Fashion brands have just recently begun spending more money on Facebook ads, and it looks like it's only going to increase. {WWD, subscription required}

Take a first look at the Rachel Roy x Seu Jorge for Macy's collection, inspired by Brazil. {SheFinds}

Research shows that using a wider variety of sizes, ages, and races could largely benefit clothing brands financially-- so why do all models still look alike? {Elle Canada}