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Coco Rocha for Liz Claiborne

A red-haired Coco Rocha (somewhat bearing a resemblance to Rose McGowan) appears in Liz Claiborne’s fall campaign, gracing a very crowded neighborhood and grocery store. While Coco can do no wrong, I find this pairing a little strange…

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Linda Evangelista for Galliano's F/W '09

Nineties supermodels seem to be both ageless and never out of a job. Here’s Linda Evangelista for John Galliano’s Fall/Winter ‘09 collection, looking radiant and selling those clothes quite well.

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Jennifer Connelly for Balenciaga Fall/Winter '09

It appears as if Jennifer Connelly has returned to her modeling roots, having been deemed worthy of the coveted Balenciaga ads; however, no one’s too impressed by her awkward pose for this fall’s collection.

While it very much could have been photographer Steven Meisel’s fault, don’t forget that Connelly had a very awkward gaze in the house’s Spring/Summer ‘08 campaign…

Britney Spears in Candie's Ad

Avril Lavigne’s clothing line isn’t the only that can be purchased at Kohl’s. The department store is also the place where Candie’s - Britney Spears’ fashion sponsor - is exclusively sold.

While we’re used to seeing the singer dressed in less clothing, these pics are for the company’s fall campaign…so she kinda had to dress for the weather.

Britney also sports clothing by Candie’s in her new video for “Radar.” You can view that clip plus several other pics from the print campaign after the jump.

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Chanel Fall 2009

It seems as if Chanel is suffering the same fate Louis Vuitton is experiencing with their Madonna ads. Two images (check out the second after the jump) of the famed fashion house’s Fall 2009 campaign were recently leaked on the web.

Heidi Mount and Freja Beha Erichsen star in the campaign, which was conveniently shot by Karl Lagerfeld at his Vermont estate (this is not the first time he has used this location).

A sexy, more fashionable version of Little House on the Prairie comes to mind. What do you think?

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Heidi KlumHeidi Klum was “thrilled” to get a 140-page Vogue special. The German edition of the fashion bible devoted the massive section to the country’s most famous supermodel when she guest edited the latest issue. She said: “I grew up reading German Vogue and was really excited when they came to me with the idea for the ‘Heidi by Vogue’ issue. It was a thrill working with the team of photographers, hair stylists, makeup artists and editors. We shot the entire issue in one week - it was a group effort!”

The issue sees Heidi - who is married to singer Seal and currently expecting her fourth child - model a wide range of fashion styles and offer life, career and style tips, but she says she couldn’t single out her favorite. She gushed: “I love all the stories so much that I don’t favour any of them.” The blonde beauty enjoyed the experience was so enjoyable she hopes to repeat it in future. She added to People.com: “I would love the opportunity to be involved in a magazine like this again. I’m always up for a challenge!”

Daisy LoweDaisy Lowe is “excited” about getting fat.  The 20-year-old British model has no plans to continue modelling when she gets older because doesn’t want to have to look after her body as carefully as she currently does. She said: “My biggest ambition is to do really well, but keep being a nice person and not let it affect me. Then I can buy a house and bow out. I’m going to get old and wrinkly, and when I’m older I’m going to put on loads of weight, and I’m excited about it. I think it’s just really important to remember that you aren’t your face.”

The slender star also admitted the fashion industry can be “depressing” because of the image of extreme thinness it is seen to promote. She added to Britain’s Telegraph newspaper: “I went to a casting recently, and there was a gaggle of about five 6ft Russian girls who all weigh about 6st, and I’m just not that breed of a woman. “Fashion is supposed to be fun and beautiful. But so much of the time it depresses so many people, because they think, ‘We need to lose weight.’ The female form is such a beautiful thing. It should be celebrated and not put down, that’s the only reason I agreed to do the shows. I said, ‘I’ll give it a go to see if they’ll hire some t**s and a**. If they will, then great!’ ”

Linda Evangelista Make-upLinda Evangelista applies her make-up in 10 minutes. The Canadian supermodel - who fronted last year’s Prada Fall campaign and is the current face of L’Oreal Paris cosmetics - has learnt so many beauty tricks during her 30-year career she only takes a few minutes to perfect her appearance. She said: “I did my own make-up this morning and it takes 10 minutes, tops! My best trick is to do it in natural light. I keep all my make-up on a huge mirrored tray and I just take it to whatever window is looking good that day.”

However, the 44-year-old beauty is so particular about how her lips look she often turns down the industry’s biggest make-up artists to make them up herself. She explained to Britain’s Grazia magazine: “I can’t live without lip liner - it just makes my face and defines it like nothing else. My cheekbones are sucked in and everything just sharpens. I’ve been using it for years and I never let make-up artists do my lip liner on shoots, not even the big ones! I don’t do lipstick. I think lip liner and a slick of gloss give a much more modern and plumping effect.”

Cindy Crawford SPARCindy Crawford has become the face of a budget beauty brand. The supermodel, who has previously worked cosmetics giants Revlon and Maybelline, signed up to promote shop chain SPAR’s Beauty Kiss toiletry range and has posed in a series of raunchy shots. The 43-year-old beauty looks sensational in the pictures, wearing a cutaway black swimsuit.

Cindy has previously said thinks she looks “pretty good” naked for a mother-of-two and is happy with the way her body has aged. She said: “I think I look pretty good for 43, but I don’t look the way I did when I was 23.” Cindy, who raises nine-year-old son Presley Walker and daughter Kaia Jordan, seven, with her husband of 10 years Rande Gerber, said she pays most attention to her hands and chest because they are the areas most affected by aging. She explained: “In Los Angeles, there are 65-year-old women walking around in Juicy sweatpants, and from the back you’d think they were 20. But when you see their hands or their neck, you know.”

Katie Price Clothes Show LondonKatie Price will make her catwalk debut at the Clothes Show London.

The former glamour model, who goes by the stage name Jordan, will take to the runway next Friday to showcase clothing from her equestrian line KP Collection at the fashion event at the city’s ExCel Centre. Model Erin O’Connor and presenter George Lamb will open the event and host the 2,500-seat fashion theater on the Friday and Saturday, while Nicky Hambleton-Jones, who used to host British makeover TV show 10 Years Younger, will host the theatre on the Sunday, as well as offering expert advice and opinion in the Style Lounge. Andrew Collinge, Errol Douglas and Lee Stafford will be among the celebrity hairdressers showing off their skills and Lisa Snowdon will be among presenters of the Clothes Show Style awards.

Meanwhile, it has been revealed Katie’s perfume is the worst-selling celebrity scent on a beauty website. Her fragrance, Stunning, accounted for just 0.37 percent of Feel Unique’s sales over the past 12 months - a stark contrast to the 34 per cent of sales generated by ’ perfume collections.  Sarah Jessica Parker and the late Jade Goody brought in 16 and 14 per cent of sales respectively. Beauty manager Siobhan McDermott said: “It’s interesting to see Britney is currently enjoying the sweet smell of success whereas Katie is struggling to kick up a stink.”