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Scarlett Johansson Named "Sexiest Woman Alive;" Kate Moss to Revive Collaboration With Topshop


Scarlett Johansson Named "Sexiest Woman Alive": The verdict is out! Esquire named Scarlett Johansson 2013's "Sexiest Woman Alive." Scar-Jo, who also received the title in 2006, is the only woman to ever snatch it twice. Upon receiving the news, Johansson commented, “I’m the only woman to win twice right?... You know, I gotta hustle... I’m a twenty-eight year old woman in the movie business, right?” The list also features Mila Kunis, Rihanna, Minka Kelly, and Kate Bekinsdale, amongst others. [Fashion Beast Inbox]

Kate Moss to Revive Collaboration with Topshop: The Kate Moss Collection for Topshop is finaly back. After a three-year hiatus, the 39-year-old model has returned to the high street brand for a 40-piece collection to debut in spring 2014. “I have really missed being involved in the design process and working with the team at Topshop,” Moss said in a statement. “Now more than ever, with London being at the forefront of fashion… it feels like I’m back home working with Topshop.” [Fashionista]

Versace Confirms M.I.A. Collaboration: On Monday, the House of Versace confirmed its Versus collaboration with recording artist, M.I.A., after the performer let news of the collection slip during Paris Fashion Week. Launching on October 16th, the M.I.A. x Versus collection is said to be inspired by counterfeit Versace items found in London Markets. “I adore the energy of the street, so when M.I.A. proposed to expose the issue of counterfeit Versace pieces by creating a collaboration inspired by these items, I thought it was an incredible idea,” Donatella Versace said. [WWD]

Mrs. Gucci Hits London’s Stage: The curtains will rise this week in London for a new musical drama entitlled Mrs. Gucci. The hour-long performance chronicles the scandalous murder-mystery tale of Patrizia Reggiani, also known as "The Black Widow," who hired a hit-man to kill her ex-husband, and Gucci boss, Maurizio Gucci in 1995. British actress Julie Atherton will play the role of Reggiani, who was recently released from prison after sixteen years. The October 13 performance promises to "give both a flavour of the music and the impetus of the narrative," with plans to continue a full schedule for the show through 2014. [The Telegraph]