Add her to our list of badass ladies this month, which also includes W cover girl Rosamund Pike. The soon-to-be-breakout star of the highly anticipated Gone Girl was handpicked by David Fincher, who passed up highly recognized actresses for a less familiar face. Opting to cast Rosamund, Fincher explained, "I'd always liked Rosamund in movies, but I didn't really know her . . . That made her very interesting." One such film that placed her in that spotlight was her first Hollywood role in Die Another Day.
Of course, Rosamund is just one part of this month's British invasion. That's because Kate Moss, who covers May's Harper's Bazaar, is set to take over your closet with her latest line for Topshop. The highly anticipated launch includes the shimmering black blazer Kate dons on the cover as well as a $500 fringed flapper style that she works in the pages.
So what's Kate's reaction to our universal adoration of her collection? "I love seeing other people wearing the clothes," she tells the magazine. "I remember seeing a gorgeous girl wearing one of the floral tea dresses from the first collection — she looked great. I was so excited that I called her over and we had a picture taken together." But is there really such a problem as too much of a good thing? In the case of Scarlett Johansson and Miley Cyrus, who both grace two covers this month, too much is never enough. Read on to see!