Fashion Cheat Sheet

Kate Moss Fronts Latest McQueen Campaign; Anne Hathaway Leaves Stylist Rachel Zoe

And Jennifer Lawrence may land a major deal with Dior.

Kate Moss Fronts Latest McQueen Campaign: Alexander McQueen unveiled its Spring/Summer 2014 campaign on Monday, revealing a futuristic scene of voyeurism and voodoo and starring an equally haunting Kate Moss. The campaign, which was photographed and filmed by Steven Klein on location in East London, shows Moss in both shots with slicked-back yellow hair, holding a doll that wears a pint-sized versions of the model's ensembles. Although Moss has been a long-time collaborator with the house, and was a close friend of McQueen himself, this is the first time the supermodel has fronted a campaign for the brand. [Vogue UK]

Anne Hathaway Leaves Long-Time Stylist Racehel Zoe: Anne Hathaway's style turned heads when she arrived in Park City, Utah last week for the Sundance Film Festival. It was noted that the actress's look had evolved from her “usually girl style” into a more sophisticated, “perfectly chic and understated” look. The reason why? Hathaway has reportedly left Rachel Zoe, her stylist for almost a decade, for Penny Lovell, who is known for her work with actresses including Rose Byrne and Taylor Schilling. The duo's split, however, may not be permanent. "Rachel and Anne aren't currently working together," a source revealed to E!. "However, their relationship isn't over. Anne is just trying out something new for the time being." [Hollywood Reporter]

Jennifer Lawrence May Land a Major Deal with Dior: The American Hustle star is reportedly in talks to sign a very high-priced deal with Parisian fashion house, Dior, which could fetch upwards of $20 million. Lawrence has been a spokeswoman for the brand since 2012 and has been dressed by the label on some of her most momentous occasions (think falling up the stairs at The Oscars). While one insider said “there’s no deal in place,” another told Page Six that Dior wants to dress the Oscar-nominated actress exclusively for all red carpet appearances. [Page Six]