Detmar Blow Has ‘No Interest’ in Other Books About His Wife; Kate Moss Is Reportedly Designing Lingerie

Kate Moss in Valisere Lingerie's 2010 campaign.

• Detmar Blow doesn't want anything to do with Lauren Goldstein Crowe's book on his wife, Isabella Blow: A Life in Fashion, nor the movie that it's been optioned for: “I have no interest," he said at a reading of his own biography of Isabella, Blow by Blow, last night. [WWD]

Kate Moss and Topshop's Sir Phillip Green are reportedly collaborating on a line of lingerie. [Vogue UK]

Hermès has made a custom helicopter that shuttles passengers from downtown Tokyo to the airport for $700 each way. [Jezebel]

• Prabal Gurung has expanded his ten-person factory in his native country, Nepal, so that he can support families living there. [WWD]

• Celebrities like Madonna and Jennifer Lopez have reportedly been told that they can’t have any clothes from the Lanvin for H&M line until it officially launches, despite their personal requests. [Catwalk Queen]

• When Kim Kardashian goes to fashion shows, she’s actually working. “We go [to fashion shows] obviously for the fun of it and for that whole experience, but we’re there as buyers more so than anything else. So we just try and find — you know, each of our stores have different customers, so we kind of look — we’ll know if we see certain pieces: ‘That would be good for the Miami store, now the New York store, or [the] Calabasa [California store].’ ” [WWD]

• Artist David Rittinger makes “green fashion” out of dead leaves and glue. [Fashionista]

• JCPenney’s, Kohl’s, and Dillard’s aren’t doing so well this fall because middle-class customers are still holding on to their disposable income. Also, it was so warm in October that people didn’t buy very many coats and sweaters. [WWD]

• John Galliano is opening more stores in Asia. [WWD]