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Your morning fashion and beauty report: What's up with Kate Moss, Kelly Cutrone, Juicy Couture and the Gap? Michelle Obama continues to inspire at home and abroad


Kate Moss' new coffee table tome will cost -- gulp!-- $472 for 128 pages. But only 1,500 are being published, making it a rare edition, indeed. [Huffington Post]

Erin Fetherston signs on to design for Juicy Couture. [StyleList] 

Designer Tara Subkoff talks about surviving a brain tumor -- without health insurance. [Harper's Bazaar]

Louis Licari on the importance of looking good every day -- and some shortcuts for how to do it in a hurry. [Huffington Post]

The armful of bangles First Lady Michelle Obama wore when she arrived in Mexico last week were eco-friendly sustainable jewelry by Monique Pean. [Huffington Post]

Speaking of our first lady, across the pond they are debating what is really important in the upcoming British elections: Which candidate's wife is a worthy sartorial competitor? [Telegraph]

While we've all been worrying about underage models, some designers are going for the gray-haired look, saying they prefer more mature women to carry off their sophisticated designs. [Miami Herald]  

Will British designer Giles Deacon follow Estrella Archs as the creative force at Ungaro? [Telegraph]

Norma Kamali designs sassy swimwear for spring. [Lollie Shopping]

Gap is launching a new Premium Pant collection for men and women. [WWD]

Steven Alan + Keds go on sale May 1. [Fashionista] 

Style blogger Garance Dore enters the size wars. [NYMag]

Kelly Cutrone launches a YouTube channel to satisfy our "Kell on Earth" withdrawal perhaps. [SHEfind]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Kate Moss in 2009  Credit: Stuart Ramson / Associated Press

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LOL, all the irony is uncanny!

Thanks for this.

Ha ha ha pretty cool..


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