Kate Moss Reviews Music, Clémence Poésy for Chloé, Freja Beha Designs for Zadig + Voltaire

Meanwhile, you're more likely to get treated nicely in an upscale store wearing sweatpants than a more put-together look.
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Kate Moss has penned her first music review for Vogue UK. With her long history of dating rock stars, we trust she's well qualified for the job. {Vogue UK}

Freja Beha Erichsen has designed a clothing line for Zadig + Voltaire -- it's rocker-ish and androgynous, unsurprisingly -- and 40 percent of the proceeds are going to Doctors Without Borders. {Vogue Paris}

Kylie Minogue has collaborated with the beauty line Uslu Airlines on a punchy red lipstick to coincide with the release of her new album. {Refinery29}

And elsewhere in Kylie-land, here's the singer rocking some questionable Chanel sneaks. {FabSugar}

The lovely Clémence Poésy returns to her post as the face of Chloé, for a fragrance set to go on sale in September. {Elle UK}

Shailene Woodley looked like a glamorous wood nymph in Elie Saab at the Divergent premiere. {Nylon}

Europe's luxury groups are in a heated battle to buy up entire buildings and lock down key retail locations in Paris, London and Milan. {Reuters}

Fashion Month may have concluded, but Tokyo Fashion Week is on. Here are the looks from all the shows. {WWD}

Just because it's not Paris Fashion Week anymore doesn't mean you can't still pretend it is... in the form of delicious, buttery croissants. These are the top contenders for a taste of Paris in New York. {Garance Doré}

If your feet feel unusually supported in Under Armour's latest sneaker, that's because its construction was inspired by bras. {The Cut}

Fossil is getting into the smartwatch game in the form of a mainstream partnership with Google's new wearable tech platform, Android Wear. {Google Blog}

Prepare for the ultimate sweatpant validation: Luxury shop assistants are more impressed by store patrons who roll in wearing gym clothes than ones wearing a dress and furs. {WSJ}

Khaleesi Emilia Clarke covers InStyle, and she's been getting in serious shape to play Sarah Connor in the upcoming "Terminator" remake. {NY Daily News}

Meanwhile, the rest of the "Game of Thrones" cast cleaned up nice for the show's season 4 premiere in New York on Tuesday. {Us Weekly}

Kate Hudson has released a capsule collection for Ann Taylor of LBDs. {WWD}

Planning on taking a walk of shame sometime soon? Be sure to pick up a survival kit -- which includes flip flops and note cards -- before you go. {Jezebel}