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♦ The first painting of Kate Moss ever to be sold at auction—"a self-portrait in lipstick marked with her own lip prints and stains of her former boyfriend Pete Doherty's blood"—is expected to go for between £30,000 and £40,000 in London on Saturday. Meanwhile the subject of an upcoming show at Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris will be "the Kate Moss myth" in advertising. [Telegraph, WWD]
♦ Video of the new Prada collection (and models falling on the runway) from the show in Milan earlier this evening. [NYT]

♦ Would you like to see Gisele swinging over a field while her voice, in its native Portuguese, extolls the joys of wearing a certain brand of sandal? Thought so. [The Daily]
♦ As part of a promotion for Marc Jacobs's new fragrance line, London's black cabs will be "adorned in daisies." [PRN]
♦ Can straight boys be designers' muses? Yes? OK, then Josh Hartnett is Giorgio Armani's. [Vogue UK]
♦ When he launched his clothing line, Andre 3000 says he took some advice from Anna Wintour. [Guardian]
♦ Hermès is having a sample sale! It starts at 10am tomorrow. [Fashionista]