Fashion news: Kate Moss speaks, Madonna to launch lingerie, and US Airways loses lots of vintage Gucci

It’s always a treat to hear models speak. One who rarely seems to chat for the cameras is Kate Moss, so it’s a double treat to hear her talk about her collaboration with Longchamp, what keeps her grounded and her most poignant fashion moment. [Jezebel]

Yesterday at an event at Macy’s for Lourdes’ Material Girl line her mama Madonna revealed plans to launch a workout and lingerie collection for adults. [WWD]

“The male reaction to heels is half normal and half perversion, but some men tell me I’ve saved their marriage. The first thing men look at are a woman’s legs, and there is nothing more flattering than high heels.” Manolo Blahnik, on the power of the heel. [Vogue UK]

Katy Perry’s cleavage is causing a bit of a stir. A segment the songstress filmed for the New Year’s Eve episode of Sesame Street isn’t sitting well with parents who feel that her cleavage is too exposed. The producers have decided not to include her song in the episode. [Styleite]

Gucci heir Giorgio Gucci’s luggage was lost by US Airways. The luggage contained $50,000 worth of vintage Gucci bags, custom-made clothing and hundreds of family portraits which were to be used in an upcoming documentary about his life. [New York Post]

British artist’s and friends of Isabella Blow, Tim Noble and Sue Webster have donated “The Head of Isabella Blow, 2002” to London’s National Portrait Gallery. The sculpture, which projects the silhouette of Blow’s head when spotlighted against a wall, is made of 15 taxidermied animals, fake moss, a Manolo Blahnik heel and a tube of Blow’s own lipstick. [The Cut]

While many fashion labels are are livestreaming their fashion shows to the masses, Bottega Veneta is taking the more exclusive route with an invitation-only livestream of their Spring 2011 fashion show this Saturday. [WWD]

The Italian Chamber of Commerce has cut a plus-size fashion show in an attempt to create a well-curated Milan Fashion Week. Take that, diversity. [The Cut]

“The strength of my fashion has been to distinguish right from wrong, ugly from attractive, good from bad–that’s how i became a great designer,” said Roberto Cavalli, who will celebrate his 40th anniversary in Paris on Sept. 29. [WWD]

Sensual Jil, the follow-up to the first Jil Sander fragrance, will be launched in November. Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, French Vogue EIC Carine Roitfeld’s daughter, will be returning as the face of the campaign. [WWD]

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