Kate Moss Arrives At The Marc Jacobs Bookstore To Sign Copies Of Her Book UPDATE

UPDATE - 5.30pm

Kate has arrived at the signing of her new book at the Marc Jacobs bookstore and she looks F.A.B in a Marc Jacobs maxi, long-sleeved leopard print dress, with a nude clutch and black stilettos.

Earlier today...

Want to meet Kate Moss? (Of course you do). Then stop what you're doing RIGHT now. Because between 5-7 tonight La Moss is signing copies of her book 'Kate: The Kate Moss Book' at Bookmarc, the Marc Jacobs bookstore on South Audley Street in London. That's right, you only have a couple of hours left to go meet the super. Eeek!

Mossy got in the mood for her night at the swanky London store by shopping of course. What else would she do? Yesterday she went to Lanvin in London to splash some cash, looking fab-ul-ous in a black cape and bright blue clutch. Oh and we LOVE her white bunny ear i-Phone case.

But the supermodel wasn't just shopping for herself, she turned her attention to her hubby Jamie Hince helping him pick out suits. Perhaps she was styling him for her big night ce soir?

Now fashion folk off you go and meet Kate, you've only got two hours left.

Kate Moss Arrives At The Marc Jacobs Bookstore To Sign Copies Of Her Book UPDATE



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