<p>4. Kate: The Kate Moss Book</p>
<p>£50, Kate Moss</p>
<p>Since Moss was famously scouted at 14, her professional life has passed into modern folklore. This is a rare chance to see another side of an iconic figure.</p>

First Kate Moss model photos up for sale

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Anger as black fashion title takes on white director

Fashion editors normally make the headlines for their sharp tongues, whittled waists and dictatorial deskside habits, but the latest recruit at an American women's magazine has found herself in the spotlight because of the colour of her skin.

Chris McGrath: Balding, tubby and on the bench. But he can still set Mexican hearts racing

World Cup Lives: There is more to Blanco than meets the eye, which is saying a lot. He is probably the most incongruously ethereal talent at this carnival

Brazil leads the way at Sao Paulo Fashion Week

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The fabulous world of Nick Knight

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American Football: American hero who is pick of the bunch

One man will be centre stage tomorrow at Wembley when the NFL returns to London. James Corrigan explains why the Patriots' Tom Brady may be the last of a dying breed

Don't beef up Keira's bust! Lib Dems take aim at advertisers over altered images

MP calls for new controls to rein in advertisers who 'airbrush' for perfection

Pandora: Gossip tome fails to see British light of day

An intriguing battle of wealth, power and influence from across the pond threatens to spill over to the United Kingdom.

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