Kate Moss Made So Much Money Last Year, Kim Kardashian's Selfie Book Is Really Happening, Tavi Gevinson Covers 'New York'

Plus, one photographer thought it was a good idea to shoot a rape-inspired fashion editorial. Spoiler: It's not.
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Plus, one photographer thought it was a good idea to shoot a rape-inspired fashion editorial. Spoiler: It's not.
Tavi Gevinson at a photo call for her film "Enough Said" last September. Photo: Larry Busacca/GettyImages

Tavi Gevinson at a photo call for her film "Enough Said" last September. Photo: Larry Busacca/GettyImages

In case you hadn't heard, Tavi Gevinson is all grown up and making her way to Broadway to star in a new production of "This Is Our Youth" with Michael Cera and Kieran Culkin. The Rookie editor covers the latest issue of New York, talking about graduating high school, planning to move into a Lower East Side apartment with her BFF Petra Collins and paying Taylor Swift a visit after a breakup. So, you know, her life is a little out of the ordinary. {New York}

Kate Moss may be 40 — young by most standards but ancient in model years — but it appears she's at the top of her game financially. Thanks to contracts with brands like Rimmel and Kerastase, the British model had her most lucrative year yet in 2013, with her business assets growing to £17 million (that's about $28.5 million). Of course, that's on top of an already immense fortune, which stands at roughly £55 million. {Telegraph}

The rumors are true: Kim Kardashian is coming out with a book of selfies. The hardcover, published by Rizzoli and titled "Selfish," is slated to come out next April. While Kim K certainly has enough material to turn this into a super heavy coffee table book, the work will be priced at a very reasonable $20 to make it accessible to her wide-ranging fan base. {Rizzoli}

File this one under: Worst Ideas Ever. Indian photographer Raj Shetye put together a photo shoot centered around the theme of rape. You read that correctly. Despite the fact that a recent brutal gang rape killed a young girl in India, Shetye still found it appropriate to shoot a model in what looks like the beginning stages of an attack. The only upside? It never made it to print. {Business of Fashion}