Kate Moss made a rare promotional appearance on Friday at a drugstore in London to show off the latest product in her fragrance empire, Vintage Muse. She rewarded herself for the hard work by hitting the town with friends on Saturday, cozying up to her hatmaker pal Philip Treacy at a star-studded Primal Scream show after having trouble getting past the bouncer. Kate spent her weekend in the big city following a stint at her home in the Cotswolds, which the supermodel showed off in Self Service magazine. Meanwhile, she's also raking in extra cash by selling portraits of herself during Miami's Pulse Art Fair. She spoke about the broad range of images for sale from photographers like Mario Sorrenti and Annie Leibovitz, why she rarely gives interviews, and explained her versatility. Kate told the NY Times, "I guess I’m adaptable. I don’t know, I kind of go with whatever [the photographers] want. I don’t see myself as one thing. You know, I turn up at work and they can kind of do what they want with me, really. It’s not like there is one look that I specifically do — I’ve done a lot of different things."
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