The Daily Roundup: Kate Moss Leaves Modeling Agency, InStyle Expands Online Presence

by Sydney Sadick
Kate Moss
Kate Moss

Kate Moss

Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here…  

Kate Moss Parts Ways with Storm Model Management [Harper’s Bazaar]
Supermodel Kate Moss has parted ways with Storm Model Management, the agency that signed her 28 years ago and also rep’d Cara Delevingne before her 2015 departure to pursue an acting career.

InStyle Expands Its Online Presence [Pret-a-Reporter] will launch lifestyle verticals focused on weddings, home, and entertaining, and continue to expand its umbrella to include other Time Inc. properties.

Hedi Slimane Exits Saint Laurent [Daily Front Row]
It’s official: Following months of rumors, Kering announced that Hedi Slimane is leaving his role as the creative director of Saint Laurent, a title he’s held since 2012.

Christy Dawn Petersen Taps into Design [Fashion Times]
Just in time for Coachella in mid-April, model-turned-designer Christy Dawn Petersen launches a music festival-inspired dress and jumpsuit in collaboration with musician Z Berg.

Hillary Clinton Expands Made for History Program [Vogue]
Following the success of the designer tees by Marc JacobsTory Burch and Public School that launched in February, team HRC debuted a new range from Joseph AltuzarraPrabal Gurung, and Pamela Love.

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