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If you’ve ever been to London, then you should have gotten a fashion fix at Topshop.

If not, you seriously need to put it on your things-to-do list.

In other news…, the UK store has launched its Kate Moss for TOPSHOP Autumn collection along with its official US site.

To celebrate these two hallmark launches, they’ll be offering for free and exclusively to the first United States customers, a Kate Moss charity T-shirt.

For each T-Shirt received, they will make a donation on behalf of Kate to the Starlight Children’s Foundation. (Yaaaayy!)

Visit for more news and information about the Kate Moss for Topshop collection.

Crooner Chris Brown is launching his own cap collection today.

The new “CBE” 59FIFTY cap series was created by Chris from his own designs and drawings. 

Currently available at Lids stores and all New Era flagship stores, the collection comprises 6 caps.

They’ll include 80’s inspired symbols like a boom-box and a “nerd” character, which Chris came up with himself, as well as a cap inspired by his very own insignia: “CBE.”

William Rast, the clothing brand conceptualized and founded by  Justin Timberlake and his business partner, Trace Ayala, will hit markets with a splash this fall.

The Los Angeles based brand will release its campaign, “My Name is William Rast,” featuring Timberlake and model Erin Wasson.

The two will be featured in magazines, on billboards and online through a series of film spots.

Marcella and Johan Lindeberg of Paris 68, brought on board to design the brand’s first complete men and women’s ready to wear collections, developed the campaign concept. 

The online premier of the campaign will take place at

Can’t wait to see it!

As part of the latest deal linking its teen clothing line to a young female music act, Candie’s will help promote the song “Wake Up Call” from Panettiere’s forthcoming album from Hollywood Records.

The deal will include a multimillion-dollar ad buy on cable and network TV, a print campaign and a music video.

The ads will begin running at the end of July, while the song will be released digitally Aug. 5.

“Wake Up Call” will appear on Panettiere’s still-untitled debut album, which is slated for 2009.

Candie’s announced an advertising and marketing pact with Panettiere in February.

The brand’s incorporation of her music into the campaign follows in the footsteps of its deal last summer with Interscope and Fergie, whose songs “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Glamorous” were promoted in Candie’s TV commercials.