Kate Moss’s Bloodstained Self-portrait to Hit Auction Block

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For the first time ever, one of Kate Moss's paintings will be sold at auction on Saturday. Created in 2005–2006, the self-portrait is expected to fetch 30,000 to 40,000 British pounds. Moss's former flame Pete Doherty inscribed the work with the phrase, "Who needs blood when you've got lipstick?" Which totally makes sense because the painting was done in lipstick and marked with Moss's very own lip prints. It also includes real stains of Pete Doherty's blood. So yeah … she paints! [Telegraph]