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Fashion News: Demi Moore models. Kate Moss settles down.

August 3, 2011 |  8:36 am

Demi Moore in ad for Ann Taylor 
Demi Moore is the newest  model for Ann Taylor. Ad campaigns featuring the actress looking chic and sophisticated will start appearing in magazines' September issues. [People]

Supermodel Kate Moss -- whose wild escapades over the years have been heavily documented -- has truly settled down, according to her friend Sadie Frost. With an 8-year-old daughter and a new husband in Jamie Hince, Moss now is as likely to hang out in her garden, cook and play bingo as she once was to party into the night. So Frost says. [Telegraph]

Photographs by late actor Dennis Hopper are the basis of a 10-piece clothing and shoe collection from Vans. The collection goes on sale this month at Urban Outfitters. [WWD] 

Bachelorette Ashley Hebert made sure she got the engagement ring she wanted. She collaborated ahead of time with jeweler Neil Lane, showing him magazine cutouts and photos of rings she coveted. In the end, the jeweler made six rings for her suitors to consider. The lucky man, J.P. Rosenbaum, chose a  vintage-look 3.5-carat central-cushion-cut diamond accented with 162 small, hand-set diamonds around a platinum band.   [People]

This is kind of unexpected: The Orange County Register reports that Chanel is recalling about 120 scarves and 34 dresses, skirts and blouses because they don't meet federal flammability standards. The pieces sold at Chanel boutiques, Neiman Marcus and elsewhere for $430 to $3,650 in March and April 2010. [Orange County Register]

Over the last couple of months, Katy Perry has gone from brunette to redhead to blond. Now, her hair is pink. [Us]

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-- Susan Denley

Photos: Top, one of Demi Moore's ads for Ann Taylor. Credit: Associated Press

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