Kate Moss and Topshop revive collaboration
Kate Moss is to launch a new collection for Topshop which will debut in April 2014. The model - who designed for the high-street retailer between 2007 and 2010 – is reportedly working on the line with creative director Kate Phelan and stylist Katy England after discussing a revival while holidaying with Sir Philip Green this summer.
Still in its conception phase, the 40-piece collection will consist of 40-pieces, mixing ready-to-wear and accesories. The line will be sold in stores in 40 countries worldwide, on Topshop.com and through wholesale partnerships which include Galeries Lafayette in Paris and Nordstrom in the United States.
On the collaboration, Kate Moss said: “Now more than ever with London being at the forefront of fashion as it feels like I’m back home working with Topshop.”
Highlights from previous Kate Moss for Topshop collections include floral tea dresses, denim shorts and patterned playsuits. The supermodel famously launched the initial collection in May 2007 by modeling a red dress from the line in the window of Topshop’s Oxford Street store.
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