Sunday, August 30, 2015

Kate Moss comes to Fishtown

Now it can be told: Fishtown is officially the coolest place on the planet.

Or at least Philadelphia.

Fashion and rock goddess Kate Moss was seen Saturday at Johnny Brenda's listening to beau Jamie Hince and his band the

Kate Moss comes to Fishtown

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Now it can be told: Fishtown is officially the coolest place on the planet.

Or at least Philadelphia.

Fashion and rock goddess Kate Moss was seen Saturday at Johnny Brenda's listening to beau Jamie Hince and his band the Kills. (They're pictured here in London, not NoLib.)

Apparently, Fishtown being as outstanding as it is, no one bothered the British model and she purchased her own drinks at the Franford Avenue boite.

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