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Weird Celeb News: Kate Moss’s Boob Is Inspiring


Kate Moss‘s left breast is inspiring — to a London restaurant. The eatery, 34 Restaurant, collaborated with British artist Jane McAdam Freud to make a champagne glass based on the shape of the supermodel’s left breast. Seriously. Here’s what it looks like:

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And here’s what Ms. Moss had to say of the honor, via dezeen magazine:

I was excited to participate in this project – what an honour to be alongside Marie Antoinette – she was a very intriguing and mischievous character. Champagne is always associated with celebration and happy occasions and I had fun creating this beautiful coupe.

(Marie Antoinette’s left breast was ALSO used as inspiration for a champagne glass hundreds of years ago.)

Kate Moss has inspired many people to create designs based on her life — remember the controversial T-shirt? But perhaps the most inspiring thing she’s done was tell Justin Bieber to stop being an asshole – maybe someone can make silverware based on this event.

If you could create a champagne glass based on any celeb’s boob, who would you choose? (Hey, why not? Just go with it.)


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Kate Moss told Justin Bieber to stop being an asshole

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It seems like everybody who’s nobody (or should be nobody) was in Ibiza last week for designer Riccardo Tisci’s birthday celebration. Justin Bieber was there, as were the Kardashians and Jenners and supermodels like Kate Moss. It seems young Justin thought he could be well in with Kate and sauntered up to her at the party with all of his undeniable ~*sWaGgEr*~… only to be rebuffed and told off. YAAAAASSSS!

From The Telegraph:

“Kate had a huge go at him and told him he needed to behave,” reports The Sun. “She was giving Bieber some choice words like a teacher after the singer asked to be introduced.” All while wearing a very responsible outfit of latex underwear and a fishnet dress. Just like a teacher.

“He’d gone up to say hi to [Kate] like his usual cocky self, expecting her to gush over him,” the source continues. “It was quite a slap in the face.”

It’s unfortunate that it wasn’t an actual slap in the face, but we’ll take what we can get, I suppose. I love that he really thought Kate Moss was going to buy his bullshit, though. Kate has seen and done it all and does not have time for that nonsense. Move along, little boy.

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Here’s The Controversial Kate Moss T-Shirt Hudson’s Bay Doesn’t Want You To Wear


Kate MossPlayboy Bunny, once said in an interview, “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels,” and it caused quite the controversy. Canadian clothing retailer Hudson’s Bay decided to, stupidly, put it on a T-shirt. After getting backlash via social media, they decided to pull the shirt from their retailers. Whoops.

Their statement, from Vogue:

We truly value our relationship with our customers and take their concerns seriously and we recognise that many took offence to the item. In this particular instance, while we respect the designer’s art, due to the overwhelming response and the sensitivity of the matter, we made the decision to promptly remove the T-shirts from our stores and from

And here’s the shirt in question:


Here’s what the designer of the tee,  Christopher Lee Sauve (seriously?) had to say:

Fashion is created to be either celebrated, adored, or hated and deplored, quite like the industry itself. The particular T-shirt in question showcases an infamous quote by supermodel Kate Moss as a nutrition label – most, if not all, of my designs showcase some type of statement pointing out the absurdity of fashion, and this one item is no exception. I fully understand and comprehend the severity of an eating disorder and I do not condone celebrating such pain. My sincerest apologies to anyone that I have offended with my designs. I believe wholeheartedly in my work, however, and I can’t apologise for that.

Would you wear the shirt? What do you guys think of the whole controversy? Just a t-shirt, NBD, or something more?

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