Kate Moss Partners With Terry Richardson For New Mango Video, Tilda Swinton Rocks A Bowl Cut, And More Fashion News

Kate Moss at the Mango collection launch in Paris on May 17.
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• The typically tight-lipped mega supermodel Kate Moss opened up about a partnership with fashion retailer Mango and Terry Richardson. They produced a special video that aired last night in Paris, but it has yet to surface on the web. Until then, you can read about how much she likes jam and Kate Middleton. {Fashionista}

• Fashion icon/actress/coolest person ever Tilda Swinton rocks a SERIOUS bowl cut in her latest Pringle ads. And, no, unfortunately we don't mean the "Once you pop, the fun don't stop" chips, Pringle of Scotland is actually a superhigh fashion (aka super expensive) clothing line that we now want EVERYTHING from. Dang it, Tilda. {HuffPost Style}

• 17-year-old model Lindsey Wixson just couldn't keep upright at Naomi Campbell's charity fashion show. She wasn't the only model that stumbled that evening, but you can watch her fall not once, twice, but three times—in a row—until an audience member tried to help her out. Luckily, no one cried... except maybe the dress' designer. {The Cut}

• Something's in the water, y'all. First Hailee Steinfeld is named the new face of Miu Miu, and now 14-year-old Chloë Moretz sports a peach ruffled top and skirt by the same designer. Is Miu Miu starting a tween fashion cult? {Coco Perez}

Carolina Herrera, Christian Siriano, Erin Fetherston, Nicole Miller, Narciso Rodriguez, and a BAJILLION other designers sketched their fantasy opera costumes! While the proceeds from the sketches benefit the New York City Opera, we're just into the fact that this is some SERIOUSLY breathtaking artwork. {The Cut}

• Juuuust when we were getting into animal print nails, of COURSE a manicurist had to step it up a notch. You can get an actual snakeskin gel manicure if you have $300 and 2 hours to spare. Um, we'll stick to the fake stuff, thanks. {Coco Perez}

• Hot summer weather is around the corner, so InStyle compiled tons of supercute (and sexy!) dresses for under $100. Our fave? The printed dress from—gasp—Delia's! {InStyle}