Kate Moss made Page Six recently for rumors that she had a little too much to drink at the YSL after party in Paris. But in this video the excessive boozing is all an act to creepily seduce a teddy bear--in the name of charity. The video is a BBC promo for Comic Relief. (Via the Telegraph.)
Polyvore has always managed to wrangle an impressive assortment of fashion people to guest on their site, answer questions, and judge set contests. They recently had one of Rihanna and Willow Smith stylist's, Rob Zangardi, on the site, and next week Janie Bryant will be the site's featured "style expert." But today marks the e-commerce/collage site's biggest fashion coup: Kate Moss.
The supermodel graces the cover of Bryan Ferry's latest album, making her a "Roxy Girl," as the girls who cover Ferry's albums (including Jerry Hall in '75) are known. (Ferry's group, Roxy Music, disbanded in '80s, got back together, and broke up again in the early oughts.)
The challenge: To create a "Roxy Girl" set inspired by photos of Moss from the Ferry album shoot. The contest is live now and lasts for four days. Moss will choose her two favorite sets on November 8th. Winners will receive a deluxe edition album and 40 page coffee table book featuring pictures of Kate Moss signed by both Kate Moss and Bryan Ferry. So start collage-ing and get that Moss stamp of approval. We recommend sneaking in some fringe and floral.
The highly-anticipated music video for Paul McCartney's "Queenie Eye" has finally hit the Internets; and as promised, there are plenty of A-list cameos including the much-hyped Kate Moss/Johnny Depp "reunion."
There's no telling whether Kate Moss has seen the "There's Only One Kate In London" meme (we'd like to think that she has, and likes it) but she did offer her thoughts on the other Kate in a very funny interview with the Telegraph.
The Telegraph's Bryony Gordon got the chance to talk to the usually reticent Kate Moss at a press event for Mango. While the nature of Moss' partnership with Mango was unclear at the time of the interview (was she doing a collaboration with Mango, a la Topshop? Gordon mused), a release out today reveals that the Spanish mass retailer partnered with the supermodel and Terry Richardson to produce a special video that aired before the Mango's fall show last night in Paris. (The video hasn't yet been released so that us regular folks who didn't get to attend the show can see what all the fuss was about but we'll post it as soon as it's out.)
Gordon, nervous to meet and talk to Kate Moss (she calls her "most famous British woman on the planet bar the Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge"), hilariously brings some jam and cigarettes as gifts to soften her up (Kate makes jam, remember?). I think it worked. Here are the highlights: