[#image: /photos/58539cc16666b2eb4762e0ae]||||||Tada its zebra! Kate Moss has launched a bag line with Longchamp. She named the bags (out Feb. 11) The Glastonbury, after her favorite music festival, The Soho, and The Glouchester -- prices start at $155 for a small purse, clutches are $490 to $780, handbags are $780 to $1,700, and weekend bags are $1,290 to $2,500. Ads will run with taglines like "Don't You Wish Your Bag Was Hot As Kate's?," "An Absolute Moss-have," "Kate Is Not A Plastic Bag," and "My Moss Bag Brings All The Boys To The Yard." Fashionologie

More British buzz: To celebrate Liberty of London's Carnaby Street store's 50th anniversary, Nicholas Kirkwood has created the perennial printed platform a perfect marriage of peace, love, and serious height! Refinery29

Gisele dispels reports that she went into labor and was taken to a Boston-area hospital. Instead, she says, "I gave birth in the bathtub," at the couple's Beacon Hill penthouse. People.com

In homage to the arctic windchill in NYC today, here's a round up of celeb's wearing silly hats at Sundance. From these pics it's clear that stars are fair-weather friends of fashion. Huffington Post

And lastly, in a seriously disturbing contest to find "the best bottom in the world," American Apparel is asking regular ladies to submit photos of their behinds, which will then be posted on their site for the world to view, rate, and comment on. As one reader commented, "The lowbrow brilliance of this campaign is truly astounding." Indeed. The Cut