Kate Moss enjoyed a fun-filled night out at the Rockins London Fash Bash at The Cuckoo Club in London.
Kate Moss partied up a storm in London on Wednesday night (16.09.15).
The 41-year-old model was a special guest at Rockins London Fash Bash at The Cuckoo Club where she partied the night away with a host of famous faces.
Guests included Katy England, Paul Simonon (The Clash), Paul McCartney's son James McCartney and models Laura Mullen, Core Corre & Rosemary Ferguson, Kyle De'volle and Alexis Knox
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Sky Ferreira has confirmed the name of her new album will be 'Masochism'.
Sky Ferreira has named her new album 'Masochism'.
The 22-year-old singer has confirmed the title of the LP to music website MuuMuse following fan speculation online and a post on the site speculating about the possible name of the record.
After confirming the title, Sky then took to her Twitter account to reveal how she came up with it, admitting it was a very different process to how she named her 2013 album 'Night Time, My Time'.
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Katy England and Bobby Gillespie - A host of fashionable stars were photographed as they attended the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty Fashion Benefit Dinner in London, United Kingdom - Thursday 12th March 2015
Rapper Kanye West, singer-turned-fashionista Victoria Beckham, and rocker Bobby Gillespie were among the guests at a special memorial service for British design expert Louise Wilson on Friday (20Feb15).
The hip-hop star and the former Spice Girls singer were pictured looking sombre as they headed in to the service at St Paul's Cathedral in London.
The memorial was held to honour Wilson, a revered professor of fashion design at London's Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, whose former students include late designer Alexander MCQueen.
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Founding Primal Scream member, guitarist Robert 'Throb' Young, has died. Tributes from the rock 'n' roll fraternity have been led by Liam Gallagher.
A publicist for the band has confirmed news the musician has passed away but there is no further information about the cause of death or any other details at the time of writing.
Young formed the band with his secondary school friend, singer Bobby Gillespie, in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1984.
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Harry Styles, Nick Grimshaw, Naomi Campbell and Rita Ora are among the celebrities supporting the 25th anniversary of gay equality charity Stonewall.
The stars have taken selfies to raise awareness of the cause, as SNOG frozen yogurt announces the special collaboration.
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The project in support of Amnesty International features a collection of short films in which a celebrity participant is shown wearing a black balaclava, in the style of the Russian punk stars. At the end of the footage, they pull the mask from their face to reveal their identity.
Moss, Love and Gillespie all filmed clips, along with actor Colton Haynes, models Liberty Ross and Erin O'Connor, and members of the fashion industry including milliner Philip Treacy and designer Gareth Pugh, who helped put the project together with celebrity snapper Nick Knight.
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American rockers Vampire Weekend and Kings of Leon have both been added to this year's free iTunes Festival, which will be held at London's Roundhouse venue throughout September.
It won't be solely a festival of rock though - artists from other genres have also been invited, giving everyone at this September's festival something to look forward to, such as Justin Timberlake, Jessie J, Jake Bugg, Rizzle Kicks, and classical composer Ludovico Einaudi.
Having being held since 2007, the annual iTunes festival is held over every night in September and this year will host over 60 acts at the Camden venue.
The two musicians will be among a number of famous faces who will take over Bbc 6 Music's Sunday Service slot from Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker while he takes a summer (13) break.
Radiohead bassist Colin Greenwood will also be among those sharing their favourite records with listeners on the airwaves throughout June (13) and July (13).
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The Scottish musician admits he indulged in heavy drug use in a bid to "obliterate" himself and finally tackled his problems five years ago when narcotics started to ruin every aspect of his life.
He tells Britain's Daily Telegraph, "It put my life in chaos and caused me and everybody around me a lot of pain and difficulties. I don't want to get all American about this. It's not for me to tell other people how to live their life. Most people can have a couple of drinks or lines (of cocaine) and they might say the odd stupid thing or make a pass at somebody, but they don't endanger their lives or put themselves in risky and humiliating situations.
Continue reading: Bobby Gillespie: 'Drugs Almost Wrecked My Life'
Primal Scream think Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant is a music ''fanatic'' and admit they were ''creatively blocked'' before he leant his vocals on their track 'Elimination Blues'.
Primal Scream don't remember making one of their biggest hits.
The rockers recorded the song 'Rocks' during a particularly drug-fuelled period when they were making 'Give Out But Don't Give Up', released in 1994, but guitarist Andrew Innes doesn't remember it.
He told The Guardian newspaper: '' 'Rocks?' I didn't even know we'd written it.
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Date of birth
22nd June, 1962