Kate Moss has a fragrance, a clothing line, and a rock star boyfriend. Now she also has her own font. The Creative Review reports that graphic designers Peter Saville and Paul Barnes have worked with Ms. Moss to create a letterhead that will extend beyond her TopShop collection into all of her future projects. Originally, they were going to go with Kate's handwriting, but didn't like the way "Moss" looked, so instead they grabbed vintage issues of Harper's Bazaar from the 1930s, '40s, and '50s. The Kate Moss Font is a variation on the type they saw there, which was created by Alexey Brodovitch, an early mentor of Richard Avedon. We love the font, though we're surprised it's not skinnier.