H&M axes Moss

H&M has axed model Kate Moss from an advertising campaign due to run in November following newspaper revelations about her alleged cocaine use.

H&M has axed model Kate Moss from an advertising campaign due to run in November following newspaper revelations about her alleged cocaine use. The retailer says a replacement campaign is being lined.

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