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There's a Show About '90s McQueen, Marc Jacobs & Kate Moss Coming Soon

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It's based on the Maureen Callaghan book, Champagne Supernovas.

Are you feeling caught beneath a landslide? Are you faster than a cannonball? If you said yes to either of these or said no or didn't say a word at all, we've got good news. Champagne supernovas aren't just in the sky, anymore. The classic Oasis jam that college freshman love almost as much as Wonderwall is getting a second life in the form of a fashionable new '90s era television show about Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs, and Kate Moss.

Based on a Maureen Callaghan book of the same name, Champagne Supernovas will follow the designers and model as they navigate the fashion world during the infamous decade. As you may recall, during that era, McQueen was a tortured genius on Savile Row; Jacobs was a NYC wonder kid who was famously fired from Perry Ellis after his iconic-but-hated "grunge" collection; and Moss was, of course, the skinny girl from Croyden who had crooked teeth, and became the muse for the two designers.

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The book itself is full of hot goss that will make for perfect TV since the author is a New York Post writer and didn't personally interview any of her subjects. It also may be the beginning of a new wave of projects for the producer duo Johnny Lin and Ben Shields Catlin, who're developing the series.

"Johnny and I are excited to bring this story to television," said Catlin. "Our goal is to ultimately bring the true narrative of the iconic '90s New York fashion era that reinvented the industry to the audience, and we will do a great job of telling it. As we are aggressively developing, producing and financing film and TV projects, Champagne Supernova will be the first of many to come."

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