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Kate Moss

  1. Frank Ocean Tapped for New Calvin Klein CampaignSo this is what Ocean’s been doing instead of releasing his album.
  2. icymi
    The Best Performances From the 2014 BRIT AwardsIn case you missed it, Beyoncé was there.
  3. clickables
    See Misery Bear Score a Date With Kate MossNo, it doesn’t go well.
  4. product placement
    Can You Guess Who Sponsored 90210 Last Night?Get your Encyclopedia Brown on, people!
  5. apropos of nothing
    How Would You Like to Be Artie Lange’s New Assistant?Lange’s meltdown on yesterday’s ‘Howard Stern’ offers an instructive look into the life of a celebrity assistant, a job even worse than yours.
  6. overnights
    ‘The Riches’: Introducing the Eden Falls Cost of Living Index!The rewards are there for the taking, but as with gas and groceries, the prices they must pay just keep going up.
  7. overnights
    ‘The Wire’: Goodnight Moon“Goodnight stars / Goodnight po-pos / Goodnight fiends.”
  8. apropos of nothing
    First Look: Michael Bay’s Script for ‘Transformers 2’See page 4!
  9. The ‘Cavemen’ Crusade Continues: We Send Hair to ABC!The hair was easy to obtain; that’s what interns are for.
  10. trailer mix
    ‘Kung Fu Dunk’ Trailer Makes Us Want to Tomahawk-Jam on a 75-Foot RimA movie called Kung Fu Dunk doesn’t need much more explanation.
  11. art candy
    Artist Magdalena Abakanowicz Hangs Something Suggestive From the CeilingIn honor of Valentine’s Day, we thought we’d feature this rose-colored statement, part of P.S.1’s “WACK!: Art and the Feminist Revolution,” opening Saturday.
  12. news reel
    An Artist’s Look at Eli Broad’s Last-Second Sucker Punch of Michael Govan and the L.A. County Museum of ArtA New York artist talks about LACMA’s surprising betrayal at the hands of a wealthy collector.
  13. vulture picture palace
    Filmmaker Levi Abrino Gets Shot Through the Heart (and Out of a Cannon)As far as we can tell, there have been very few, if any, movies made about the romantic troubles of human cannonballs — and that’s reason enough to see Levi Abrino’s haunting and lyrical Lonely Bliss of the Cannonball Luke.
  14. countdown
    For the Sake of the ‘Arrested Development’ Movie, Please Return That Alpaca WigAn eBay auction presents a major roadblock for the movie dozens of fans eagerly await.
  15. quote machine
    The Writers’ Strike Won’t Stop Michael Bay From Delivering a Bad Script in a Timely FashionPlus: William Friedkin!
  16. chat room
    George A. Romero Explains Why Fast Zombies Could Never Exist (Hint: Weak Ankles)The Diary of the Dead director on zombie logic.
  17. apropos of nothing
    Doug Brown’s 100-Days-of-Sex Memoir, ‘Just Do It,’ Optioned for Film, FinallyAnd how did author Doug Brown celebrate?
  18. overnights
    ‘American Idol’: Everybody CriesPlus: Who cried the best?
  19. trailer mix
    ‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull’ Trailer: Senior Citizen Battles AliensBut can a 65-year-old man still whip things properly?
  20. ranters and ravers
    Once-Grumpy A.O. Scott Finds Love With ‘Definitely, Maybe’But is it really love?
  21. apropos of nothing
    A Comprehensive List of the Ways Jay Leno’s First Post-Writers’-Strike Monologue Differed From His Last Writerless MonologueNow he’s got writers to blame!
  22. the industry
    Rachel Weisz to Walk Like an EgyptianPlus industry news on Paul Bettany, Rashida Jones, and the Wachowskis.
  23. strike zone
    Farewell to Strike News Forever, We HopeSo long to Vulture’s least-beloved category.
  24. right-click
    A Seven-Nation Army Could Probably Hold Kate Nash BackPlus: Goldfrapp!
  25. agenda
    Filmmaker Peter Greenaway’s Slightly Insane High ArtPeter Greenaway’s newly released first two major films sum up the man’s classical composition and off-the-wall wit and symbolism.
  26. the early-evening news
    Nicole Kidman’s Cover BlownPlus: New Kanye video!
  27. the comics page
    Exclusive Comics Excerpt: ‘Three Shadows’A lyrically drawn fable about a parent’s love and the dark specter that haunts it.
  28. news reel
    Lou Reed Knows the ‘Sound and Fury’ Speech From ‘Macbeth’ by Heart“Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, / Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, / To the last syllable of recorded time; / And all our yesterdays have lighted fools / The way to dusty death,” said Lou Reed.
  29. art candy
    See? Conceptualists Are Nothing to Be Afraid Of, Says Artist Albrecht FuchsIn what’s best described as an art-world version of US Weekly’s “Stars: They’re Just Like Us!” feature, German photographer Albrecht Fuchs’ “Portraits” show gets cozy with contemporary art world greats.
  30. tube junkie
    A Veritable Pete Doherty Bonanza!Famously druggie Ex-Libertines front man and Kate Moss beau Pete Doherty has announced his plans to “surrender to the gods of detoxification,” and he really does seem to be trying — performing Disney classics at concerts, for example, and posting hokey home videos on YouTube.
  31. news reel
    Kate Moss Wraps Leg Around Head. Art Imitates Life.