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Kate Moss’s Topshop Collection Goes Online

• At last! Take a look at Kate Moss’s Topshop collection. [Racked]
• Gap ups the ante on high-low designer collaborations, teaming up with Doo.Ri, Thakoon, and Rodarte. [Fashion Week Daily]
• Set your DVR to Cinemax on April 30 to glimpse rare footage of Helmut Newton at work. [Radar via Fashionista]

Times’ staffers will begin moving into new digs this month, and ultimately print people will (gasp!) sit next to Web people. [NYO]
Portfolio goes to press, thanks in part to freelance editing from Michael Caruso. (He took Matt Cooper’s office.) [NYO]
• Will Jim Berrien be forced out of Forbes Inc. by Bono’s Elevation Partners? [NYP]

• Is Eric Krautheimer, the Sullivan & Cromwell partner at the center of Aaron Charney’s discrimination lawsuit, just an “equal-opportunity offender”? [Above the Law]
• New York State Court of Appeals judges must undergo mental and physical exams every two years past the age of 70 if they want to remain on the bench. [New York Law Journal]
• In anticipation of a rash of bankruptcy filings, attorneys are leaving investment banks and returning to law firms. [NYT]

• Could the similar CEO pay packages at Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, and Goldman Sachs be coincidence or collusion? [Bloomberg via DealBreaker]
• Google’s proxy statement is out, and the company paid out over half a million for CEO Eric Schmidt’s “personal security” costs. [EDGAR/SEC via MarketBeat/WSJ]
• Lost in the maelstrom of buyouts and takeovers? Here’s a chart to keep in your briefcase. [NYT]

Kate Moss’s Topshop Collection Goes Online