Morning round up: Kate Moss's fashion roots, plus the Cheryl vs. Victoria battle continues...

13 January 2009

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Turns out Kate Moss was destined for a life in fashion. Her great grandmother Alice Moss was a ‘mantle-maker' who designed cloaks. [The Mirror]

We're pretty sure you didn't watch Rachel Riley (aka the new Carol Vorderman) make her debut on Countdown. But you'll be pleased to hear she did it in style - a £159 Reiss dress, to be exact. [Daily Mail]

It's a WAG-off! Cheryl Cole's continuing to distance herself from Victoria Beckham. Her dress collection is ‘too old' and something Cheryl would never wear. Julien Macdonald will be relieved. [The London Paper]

Mind you, when Cheryl's got fans like Gwyneth Paltrow who needs VB? Turns out the Oscar-winning actress knows the words to Girls Aloud songs and loves Alexandra Burke. Of course. [The Sun]

Meanwhile, across the pond there's one advantage of the escalating Anna Wintour will-she-won't-she leave US Vogue debate: ‘Save Anna' t-shirts. Genius.


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