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Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Kate Moss is the face of Italian fashion designer Roberto Cavalli's latest campaign.
Thought an Autumn (Fall) - Winter campaign, Moss is featured in a tiger-stripe dress surrounded by desert. While such an illustration of heat may come across as a little odd for a campaign aimed at selling clothes in the cooler seasons, the anomaly is explained by the collection's Egyptian influences. Okay, so that doesn't explain it, but we'd hardly be satisfied if she was wearing an outfit more suited to Klosters.Moss has previously represented Cavalli's creations before, including campaigns through the 2006 seasons.
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Following the recent announcement that Kate Moss' stint for Agent Provocateur was coming to an end, we were keen to find out who would be taking her place. As it turns out, Daisy Lowe - daughter of fashion designer Pearl Lowe and singer Gavin Rossdale - is the chosen one. At 18 she already has some modelling experience under her belt - but of course is lacking one major thing that Kate Moss could bring to the brand: star power. Still, with this lucky break Gwen Stefani's stepdaughter will definitely be one to watch.
For all of our readers on the sunny side of the world, you have no doubt been thinking about summer and which bathers or bikinis to wear as you hit the waves.Well there has been quite a comeback from the "monokini" - a cutout one-piece swimsuit that has the sexiness of the bikini, but leaves a little more to the imagination.
There are heaps of differing varieties and styles, everything from your basic cut at Target to designer glam that you could wear by the pool with heels. So which would you prefer, a teeny weeny yellow polka dot bikini or are you taking the switch to the one piece monokini?