Georgia May Jagger Covers Australian Vogue; Henry Holland Designs a Capsule Collection for Roxy

Georgia May Jagger wears a floaty dress and lace-up boots on the December cover of Australian Vogue. [Design Scene]

• The Bloomberg administration plans to unveil a six-point plan to help New York City’s fashion industry today at the WWD 2010 CEO Summit at the Plaza Hotel. [WWD]

Henry Holland designed a capsule collection for Roxy, and the clothes are covered in his signature graphic prints. [Nylon]

• Dutch menswear label Suit Supply is getting flack for its "Shameless" ad campaign that depicts men looking up women's skirts. [HuffPo]

Women’s Wear Daily is celebrating its centennial with a commemorative magazine chronicling the publication’s fashion coverage. [On the Runway/NYT]

• Jak and Jil posted a preview of Thom Browne’s womenswear collection. [Jak and Jil]

• Sixties supermodel Veruschka on how today’s models are too young: “I was in my twenties when I made the movie [Blow-Up by Antonioni] and found success. We were women, not children." [Vogue UK]

Kate Moss unveiled her final Topshop collection last night, and she wore a custom-made black lurex jumpsuit for the occasion. [Vogue UK]