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Lady GaGa thrilled the fashionable crowd at her secret concert in London on Thursday night by incorporating Kate Moss' name into the lyrics of her hit single 'Born This Way'.
Modeling for Louis Vuitton's design chief Marc Jacobs, the supermodel broke French rule about smoking in public place.
The supermodel took part in Comic Relief fundraiser by starring in a skit where she becomes an obsessive fan of the Misery Bear.
Jamie Hince took it to the street when he lost his cool for being crowded by the shutterbugs as they left Fashion Week after-party in London.
The supermodel's friend Vivienne Westwood says Moss is likely to design her own gown as 'she has done her own fashion range and she knows about clothes.'
Confirming about the engagement, Kate Moss' father said, 'They have already set a date for the wedding and it will be at the end of the summer.'
The supermodel reportedly said yes when the rocker asked her hand in marriage on Tuesday, planning a July 2 wedding.
From the British capital's trendy Primrose Hill near Gwen Stefani and Daniel Craig, Kate Moss is reportedly set to move to North London where Jude Law and Sienna Miller are living.
Givenchy's new muse Lea T gets the pleasure of working with Moss for the androgyny issue of Love.
The professional model thinks her experience will make her a good teacher, saying 'I think I could definitely open a modeling school.'
While the supermodel is named Best Dressed for her fashion choice, the outlandish singer was honored as The Visionary.
The supermodel and the Kills star were said walking down the aisle at a picturesque church on the Mediterranean island of Sicily, Italy on August 7.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Naomi Campbell and other notable names in fashion industry came to the memorial service for the designer who committed suicide in February.
In upcoming autobiography 'Booky Wook 2: This Time It's Personal', the British funnyman reveals, 'I had a mad infatuation with her. I didn't feel all cool.'
'There have been no dramas and we don't need a new muse,' Topshop boss Philip Green insists, adding they won't look for replacement.