For this season's New York Fashion Week, Charlotte Tilbury decided to release her fragrance, Scent of a Dream, with a twist.
At 38, Kate Moss has aged better than most hard-partying it-girls could hope to. But apparently that's not good enough for Chilean fashion line Basement. Having already forced her into breeding with a bunny, the brand has now released new ads in which Moss appears to have been practically sandblasted into some sort of anime android. In the shot above, her eyes have been moved so far apart, they're in danger of wrapping around the sides of her head like a hammerhead shark. The Sun asks, "Is this the most airbrushed photoshoot ever?" But that's an honor that probably goes to any shot of Madonna from the past decade. More images below.
Last month, Vogue launched the Vogue Health Initiative, a six-point plan adopted by its 19 international editions to stop the use of models who are under age 16 or appear to have an eating disorder.
While Australia frets about aggressive M&M's, the U.K.'s Advertising Standards Authority is taking on a worthier target (for once): anorexia.
Here's a clip of supermodel Kate Moss and fashion photographer Terry Richardson robbing a Mango clothing store in Paris. They're both wearing Terry Richardson masks. I wish this was sensational news footage of a coked-up Kate-tastrophe, but it's just a commercial that Richardson directed for the brand. The pair flees in a van, and Kate tries on the stolen threads.