Kate Moss is doing well right now. Okay, so maybe that's a bit of an understatement. As well as securing the YSL fragrance ad campaign last month, she has also launched her line in Topshop's new American flagship store in New York.
It doesn't stop there for Ms Moss. Today the supermodel scooped the award for Best New Women's Celebrity Fragrance beating the likes of Kylie Minogue at the fourth annual Cosmetic Executive Women Beauty Awards in London.
We all know Dean and Dan Caten from Dsquared2 for their good music at their shows, right? According to WWD, the designers are taking their interest in music that step further. If designing the costumes for Britney's Circus tour wasn't enough, the duo will take to the airwaves on Sirius satellite radio's BPM channel with their own show, Dean and Dan on Air: Style in Stereo.
Their show will play music, both past and present, as well as a soundtrack from their infamous catwalk shows.
She is the person responsible for dressing women in the Seventies. Not sure who I'm talking about? With her label Biba, designer Barbara Hulanicki defined an era and is now set to design a diffusion line at Topshop.
Because you always need a little nosh when you're out and about in your pink beer-can print Vena Cava dress. The designer, who created the line in 2004 with Lisa Mayock, talks to Lottie + Doof about domestic things like bacon chocolate, having dinner with Cleopatra and her aversion to Chinese cuisine.
Plus, she comes up with perhaps the only food joke that was ever funny.
Lauren Hutton is dead set on attending this year's supermodel-themed Met Ball with her date, Michael Kors. It's just, you know, a teenage surfer bashed into her knee with his board in Hawaii two weeks ago, she kinda got pulled out with the tide, and now she can't bend her knee more than 30 degrees.
We were never sure what Amber Rose's naked (tan-lined) behind had to do with Kanye's Louis Vuitton trainers either. The Cut now confirms that the set of racy shots released last week are not for the shoe campaign, although no one seems to know what they're for. Can anyone claim this shoot for a mag?
We never thought we'd be talking about paint on this site, but Brussels' TBWA ad agency and the paint manufacturer Levis have us thinking differently. As The Cool Hunter points out, it's not new to compare fashion and interiors. Still, it's rare to see pigmented liquid make lines just as good as - or better than - the frocks in some high-fashion editorials.
It wouldn't be spring if ad-campaign rumours weren't swirling for fall. In the latest dose of will-she/won't-she, we have Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima and this season's runway sensation, Tao Okamoto.