Your morning fashion and beauty report: Kate Moss moves from modeling to curating a photo collection
-- It's Black Friday and chances are if you're a dedicated shopper you've been at the mall for hours already. But if you pause for a break or you're still figuring out where to shop, FabSugar has a guide to tons of sales and bargains.
-- Kate Moss, shown above in a photo shot by Craig McDean in 1996, has been collaborating with James Danziger, of Danziger Projects, on curating a portfolio of 11 images of her by 11 of her favorite photographers. The result is being exhibited for the first time at the Pulse art fair in Miami Dec. 2-5. The images include shots by Chuck Close, Juergen Teller and Annie Leibovitz. A limited edition of 30 portfolios will be for sale starting at $75,000. [TMagazine]
-- Cordelia de Castellane, the woman behind the CdeC brand, and cousin Segolene Gallienne have launched a couple of new mother-child scents in Paris. “Very important baby and (Mummy),” and “Brume de Doudou (Comfort Mist)," mix bergamot with a hint of musk. Prices start at around $50 for 50 milliliters. [WWD]
-- Dior creative director John Galliano designed the Christmas tree that will grace the lobby at Claridge's in London through Jan. 5. The Under the Sea tree is described as "a dazzling design of aquatic delights, with giant seahorses and colourful jellyfish swimming amongst sparkling corals and silver leaves." [Telegraph]
-- Coming in January to a retailer near you: four new shimmery metallic polishes from Nicole by OPI. [StyleList]
-- Susan Denley
Photo: Kate Moss modeling Helmut Lang in 1996. Credit: Craig McDean / Metropolitan Museum of Art