Alison Mosshart's leather jacket for Surface to Air.
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Alison Mosshart: she's a singer, songwriter, and one of the current titleholders for our, ahem, totally official Coolest Ladies Ever™ list. But just in case her rad personal style and constantly evolving hair isn't enough to convince you of The Kills and The Dead Weather frontwoman's fashion prowess, we've found one more reason. The rockstar has teamed up with luxe French label Surface to Air on THE ultimate edgy leather jacket. Appropriately dubbed "The Alison," the '70s-inspired topper comes adorned with swingy fringe, leather studding around the collar, and a red, white and blue satin lining. In other words, it's the ideal addition to pretty much anyone's wardrobe, regardless of whether or not we're hitting up Paris Fashion Week or regularly sharing the stage with Jamie Hince and Jack White.
Sky Ferreira, Frank Ocean, Amanda Seyfried, and Ciara attend shows at Paris Fashion Week.
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Fashion Month can seem like a long one, what with the whirlwind of cities, designers, celebrities—oh, AND a thing called award shows thrown in to shake up the mix. It might be crazy while it's all happening, but then before we know it, the catwalks are rolled up yet again, and the shows are over for yet another season. Today marks the fashion finale in Paris, but before you start blinking back your Lauren Conrad tear™ (we kid, we kid), don't worry. There were enough celeb attendees at Paris Fashion Week to last us alllll the way until September...or, at the very least, to soften the blow. Front row mainstays like Sky Ferreira hit up Givenchy and Saint Laurent, whereas Frank Ocean made his Fashion Week debut at Christian Dior and later followed up with Givenchy, Valentino and Chanel. Not too shabby, right? Amanda Seyfried headed straight from the Oscars to Givenchy, and she was joined there by Ciara, who killed it in a chic long-sleeved black gown. Then, there were the duos.
Kate Moss on the cover of 'Vogue' in a modified Alexander McQueen dress.
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There is no one in the world who could quite get married like Kate Moss. Sure, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor certainly put on a show and even the fictional Bella and Edward are making a stir, but no one is able to stop as many worlds from spinning as Kate. She's got rocker cred (her new hubby is Jamie Hince from The Kills), and A-list cred (basically every British actor on the island attended), and photographer cred (Mario Testino shot the thing and even Terry Richardson came in a tux). She has model cred galore, a mere fledgling when the "great" supermodels of the '90s (Tyra, Naomi, Cindy) ruled, but single-handedly took modeling out of glamazon territory and into style-spotting territory. She became the person photogs wanted to shoot when she was off duty. And her designer cred: having modeled for everyone from Alexander McQueen to Calvin Klein, designers who the average person forgets are actual people attended her nuptials: Christian Louboutin, Marc Jacobs, Phillip Treacy, Stella McCartney (and her dad Paul), heck...Vivienne Westwood was in her bridal party. If a single bomb exploded over the wedding, the fashion world as we know it would be gone.