>> May all the rampant rumormongering finally be put to rest. Agyness Deyn has indeed been dropped from the Burberry Fall 2008 campaign, but not because of overexposure, according to the campaign's photographer Mario Testino: "Agyness' fame and exposure are not a problem for me. I don't think like that . . . As for Burberry, it was just a case of wanting a different concept for their forthcoming season. I love Agyness."
We have yet to see, however, if Rose Huntington-Whiteley will take her place, and if Agyness will continue to rock the Burberry frocks at big events, like she was so good at doing . . .