Bruce Weber on What It's Really Like Shooting Kate Moss

Erin Fitzpatrick

Iconic images: A new exhibition of iconic photographer Bruce Weber's work opened at the Dallas Contemporary museum on the weekend. Ahead of the opening, Weber spoke to WWD about one of his most famous subjects: Kate Moss. "When I look at some pictures of Kate, she’s still kept that mystery about her," Weber told WWD. "She's never done an interview about her life and that's why photographers really loved her. We'll never know another Kate in my lifetime. I was really lucky and honored to do so many trips with her." If only we were so lucky. [WWD

Cannes cool: Barneys tapped Juergen Teller to shoot its new A/W 16 campaign dubbed Red Carpet. Shot at the Cannes Film Festival, the images features all the retailer's best brands. "Red Carpet emphasises the idiosyncrasies of subjects Eva Herzigová and Lily McMenamy, both known for their work as models and actresses," Barneys said in a statement. Head over to The Window to find out more, and then shop new arrivals online! [Barneys

Limited edition: Milly has teamed up with New York artist Michael De Feo, who hand-painted a collection of limited-edition leather jackets for the brand. You better hurry—something tells us these pretties won't last long. Shop the leather jackets online! [Milly

Copycat: Want to re-create Kendall Jenner's signature hairstyle, the topknot? Byrdie has step-by-step instructions so you can perfect the look for yourself in a jiffy. [Byrdie

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