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Originally posted 06/13/2012 02:00PM
Kate Moss has a style problem, and it comes on four legs.
In a new interview with Grazia magazine, the supermodel admits she's had to "rethink everything" in her wardrobe since 8-month-old Staffordshire mix Archie joined the family.
"So, I've got a dog, and the dog's making me [dress] more Day. It's a nightmare," Moss said. "You can't do a dog in a heel."
Originally posted 07/01/2011 03:00PM
Kate Moss has had plenty of practice walking down runways – but when it comes to walking down the aisle, the supermodel had her first experience on Friday.
Moss, 37, tied the knot with fiancé Jamie Hince near her Cotswold, England, home. Police monitored roads surrounding the model's home, which was barricaded for the festivities. Celebrations will continue there over the weekend, for a days-long party dubbed by the media as "Mosstock."
Following a ceremony at St. Peter's Church in Southrop, the bride and groom posed for pictures with her 12 bridesmaids, including her daughter Lila Grace, 8.
Originally posted 05/18/2011 05:00PM
Fashion princess Kate Moss has rendered her verdict on Britain's newest official royal.
Moss, 37, says that the other Kate, a.k.a. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, displayed the attributes of a catwalk queen on her wedding day.
"She was so chic and seamless," Moss tells the The Daily Telegraph. "And just beautiful. It was just as a royal wedding should be."
Originally posted 02/03/2011 11:55AM
Looks like there's another celebrated British Kate getting hitched this year.
Kate Moss and rocker Jamie Hince are engaged, reports Britian's Sun, which says the guitarist from The Kills popped the question in bed Tuesday night, surprising the supermodel with a vintage 1920s engagement ring.
The paper also reports that the pair plans to wed on July 2 with Lila, Moss's 8-year-old daughter with ex Jefferson Hack, to serve as bridesmaid.
Originally posted 03/23/2010 09:25AM
He manages to combine the smoldering dark looks of Orlando Bloom and a young Johnny Depp, but with a distinct French twist – making it safe to say that Gaspard Ulliel should be as welcome on American shores as that other Gallic gift, the Statue of Liberty.
Featured in a New York Times spring fashion spread, Ulliel, 25, already boasts a César award (France's Oscar) as most promising newcomer – a distinction he won back when he was only 20.
Originally posted 02/11/2010 01:10PM
Shock waves rippled through the fashion world Thursday when news broke that British fashion designer Alexander McQueen had died at age 40.
Among his closest friends was supermodel Kate Moss whose rep issued a statement Thursday expressing her grief and sending condolences to his family.
"Kate is shocked and devastated at the tragic loss of her dear friend Lee McQueen. Her thoughts are with his family at this sad time. We would also ask that Kate's privacy is respected."
Other stars, from Kim Kardashian to Dita Von Teese, immediately took to Twitter to post tributes to the late-designer, born Lee Alexander McQueen, who died from apparent suicide.
Originally posted 08/04/2009 09:30AM
Up till now, the closest link Kate Moss had with the world of pop music was her romantic entanglements. That may soon change, as the veteran British supermodel is apparently set to step into the rock ring.
According to reports, Moss, 35, would showcase her talents as either a Kara DioGuardi-like judge or Ryan Seacrest-esque host on Simon Cowell's next U.K. talent-search venture: a So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star? battle-of-the-bands-type program.
Originally posted 10/02/2008 10:00AM
Kate Moss is fashion's golden girl – literally!
On Thursday, a British artist debuted his solid-gold statue of the supermodel holding a complex yoga pose. (Until now, only the face had been revealed.)
The sculptor, Marc Quinn, claimed his life-size "Siren" is worth $18 million. He compared the artwork – part of the Statuephilia exhibition, which opens Friday at London's British Museum – to the famous golden mask of Tutankhamun.
"Like that mask, Siren is an image that glows and gives out love and light," he said in a statement. "But [it also] remains completely implacable and silent."
– Mari Kasanuki
Originally posted 08/28/2008 03:10PM
Supermodel Kate Moss has officially earned her weight gold.
Thanks to British artist Marc Quinn, her famous face and figure have been immortalized as a solid-gold statue named Siren. Quinn estimates the value of the life-size sculpture at more than $18 million.
Weighing about 110 lbs., Siren is described by the British Museum in London as the largest solid-gold statue since Ancient Egyptian times. Yet, the statue features 34-year-old Moss in a yoga position, making it less than three feet tall.
"I thought the next thing to do would be to make a sculpture of the person who's the ideal beauty of the moment," Quinn said of using Moss for the museum's Statuephilia exhibition, which will premiere Oct. 4.
Originally posted 07/17/2008 12:00PM
Modeling may have made a star out of Kate Moss, but she admits to finding the profession "a bit brain-damaging."
Still, Moss, 34, admits in the August issue of Vogue, "They are such good jobs that you don't want to say no."
Besides, she says, "I like making money. But I don't call people up every day to see how much I've made. As long as I have what I need at the time; I mean, I can buy the house that I want. I am not completely money-oriented."
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