Kate Moss


  1. Kate Moss Joins the Vogue Team
    Kate Moss is to become a British Vogue magazine contributing fashion editor, with her first story due to feature in a forthcoming spring issue.
  2. Social Shopping App Depop Bags $1M Seed from Fashion-Focused Investors
    Depop, which was founded in 2011 but launched officially in April this year, has just closed a $1 million seed round, from several fashion industry-focused investors.
  3. ShoeDazzle Brings Back its Subscription Model
    Subscriptions are back at ShoeDazzle, the fast fashion women’s etailer that made the model famous, only to depart from it amidst a near-fatal CEO transition in late 2012.
  4. Adidas Announces Smart Watch for Runners
    Adidas announced on Wednesday it will be the latest company getting into the tech wearables space with a smart watch aimed at runners.


  1. For Shoppers, Next Level of Instant Gratification
    MasterCard plans to announce a partnership with Condé Nast that will allow digital readers to instantly buy items described in an article or showcased in an advertisement by tapping a shopping cart icon on the page.
  2. Kate Moss Could Front Topshop Move into China
    Supermodel rejoins brand as owner Sir Philip Green says fashion chain could potentially open first shops in six weeks.
  3. Macy’s Hits Pause on Chinese Online Expansion Plans
    Retailers puts online-expansion effort on hold amid economic slowdown.
  4. Swirl, A Beacon-Fueled Marketing System, Raises $8M so Retailers Can Track Shoppers
    With the goal of closing the gap between retailers and shoppers, Swirl, is rolling out a system of in-store beacons to notify consumers of specific deals according to where they stand in the store.


  1. How Fashion Brands are Using Vine
    Even though Vine launched a few weeks before Fashion Week this February, the future of Vine in the fashion industry does not point towards success, especially now, that Instagram has launched its very own video feature.
  2. Catch the Latest Issue of Vogue Paris, Now Available on Your iPhone
    Condé Nast publications have released a new iPhone version of Vogue which can be downloaded as a PDF file or simply read through a mobile phone. This version also allows the reader to share things via Facebook, Twitter and email.
  3. 3D Printed Fashion Show Draws Inspiration from Nature
    Fashion designer Melinda Looi, known for her experimental designs, and 3D printing company, Materialise, have teamed up to create a collection for Asia’s first 3D printed fashion show.
  4. Kate Moss to Get Creative with Carphone Wearhouse
    Fashion model, Kate Moss, will be working with Carphone Warehouse, the UK’s largest mobile retailer, to create a line of fashion accessories which will be very influence by technology.