Apparently even muses go through rocky patches. That eternal font of fashion inspiration, Kate Moss, has been having an uncharacteristically difficult time in art matters this month. The topper: on Thursday, while Kate and company slumbered peacefully in her north London estate, burglars broke in and pinched a hefty portion of the waif goddess’ fledgling art collection, including a six-figure Banksy portrait, which may or may not be this one (alas, they couldn’t make out with the wall-sized Banksy mural). We’re happy to report that the most valuable collection of art on the premises, Kate’s closet, was left untouched during the heist. This is the latest in a string of arty mishaps for Kate, whose nudes by Albert Watson failed to sell at a Christie’s auction last week. If we may, a word of advice: nothing like a bit of scandal to make the value of flesh-as-art photos skyrocket—just ask a Stephanie Seymour.