>> Topshop's Sir Philip Green and American Idol's Simon Cowell recently teamed up to form a global entertainment company focusing on original television shows with accompanying merchandise — Disney has been cited as their model. The company is supposed to be officially launched in the next few weeks, and already reports are surfacing that Kate Moss — who is close friends with Green and was spotted celebrating the new venture with Green and Cowell two weeks ago — has signed a multi-million-pound deal to direct the image and style of the brand.
As her "friends" told the Daily Mail of the opportunity: "Philip knows Kate has been looking for a way out of modelling for the past five years. She is bored silly with her own career and has vastly increased his Topshop sales and image. He promised her that she would be a big share holder and partner when the deal was ready to roll."
So what will she be doing? »
As a result, "Kate has been signed as a figurehead and style setter for the fashion end of the business. She will bring her expertise to the table, advising on all branding and style for clothes, hair and accessories." There are also plans for her to "be involved in finding and signing new bands and promoting them," and there's a possibility of "Kate developing her own singing career and starting a music label" — the former something she's subtly expressed an interest in for years now.