Fashion

01.09.14

David Beckham to Design Childrenswear for H&M; Kate Moss's Sister Signed to Modeling Agency

And Martha Stewart's beauty routine costs over $2,000.

David Beckham to Design Childrenswear for H&M: Following the success of his previous collections for H&M, David Beckham will design a line of childrenswear for the retailer, which is set to include vests, shirts, and long-johns. Beckham will launch his sportswear-inspired campaign during the Super Bowl on February 2. "I loved working with David for his new campaign," director Nicolas Winding Refn said. "He is a natural in front of the camera, and was fearless when performing his own stunts. The campaign is funny, smart, and spectacular, and shows the many different sides of David's personality." [Vogue UK]

Kate Moss's Sister Signed to Modeling Agency: Sixteen-year-old Lottie Moss, half-sister of supermodel Kate Moss, has been officially signed by Storm Model Management. Lottie, who first met with the modeling agency when she was just 13 for test shoots, is now featured on Storm's 'New Faces' section, which features 13 black and white photographs of the budding model. Although only 5'5", with her genetics, Lottie may be on the path to modeling success. [The Telegraph]

Martha Stewart's Beauty Routine Costs Over $2,000: Martha Stewart admitted to The New York Times Thursday that her beauty regimen consists of 26 products and 10 experts, with the cost of her beauty cabinet cashing in at $2,103 — not including services such as facials, hair coloring, etc. which adds an estimated $700. Stewart said her morning beauty routine includes a face mask, toning lotion, serum, eye cream, sunscreen, make-up, fragrance, and hair products. [Racked]