Kate Moss wears tuxedo suit to launch Topshop collection

Kate Moss unveils latest Topshop clothing line
Kate Moss arrives at Topshop in London to launch her latest clothing line with the retailer.
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Kate Moss fittingly wore a tuxedo suit from her new Topshop collection to the official launch celebration in London on Tuesday.  A huge crowd turned out for the occasion. [Daily Mail]

Meanwhile the bridal gown designed by John Galliano for Moss’ 2011 wedding to rocker Jamie Hince is on display at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London as part of its Wedding Dresses 1775-2014 exhibit. [InStyle.UK]

Speaking of weddings, Kim Kardashian and tennis star Serena Williams reportedly made the rounds of Balmain, Lanvin and Azzedine Alaia in Paris on Wednesday. Prepping, perhaps, for Kardashian’s planned May 24 wedding to Kanye West? [People]

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered a review of military regulations related to hairstyles. The rules have come under fire for allegedly being biased against African Americans, women in particular, because of restrictions on braiding and twists. [The Cut]


The Duchess of Cambridge’s wardrobe for her 19-day tour of Australia and New Zealand cost more than $65,000, the Daily Mail estimates. And who picked up the bill? Her father-in-law, Prince Charles, agreed after her wedding to Prince William in 2012 that he would pay for her wardrobe for official appearances. [Stylelist]

H&M is set to open a flagship in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday, marking the first store on the West Coast that features an almost full range of H&M merchandise. [Los Angeles Times]

A black satin Dior evening bag once owned by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis sold at auction for $32,250,  Nate D. Sanders Auctions in Los Angeles announced via news release on Wednesday.

Grammy-winner Frank Ocean reportedly will perform at this year’s Met Gala, arguably the biggest fashion event of the year. [NY Post]


Vogue UK reports that a three-judge panel has upheld the convictions of  designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana on tax evasion charges connected to the sale of their Dolce & Gabbana and D&G brands to a holding company a decade ago. [Vogue UK] 


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