Unless you’ve been residing under a particularly unfashionable rock this month you will have heard that supermodel Kate Moss has reunited with high street store Topshop to design another capsule clothing collection.
Consisting of 40 pieces of women’s clothing and accessories, this will be her second sartorial partnership with the brand after a four-year hiatus, and it’s expected to do as well as her previous designs, which sold out within hours. Inspired by four themes: tailoring noir, Balearic dressing, cocktail hour and pyjama dressing, the vintage-inspired set will be available in store at all worldwide Topshops, and, for the first time ever, also be available for purchase on net-a-porter.com.
Speaking about the collaboration Topshop boss and long-time friend of Moss, Sir Philip Green commented: “I am personally thrilled that Kate wanted to come back to Topshop to work with us again. The first time around was such a lot of fun and she has been sorely missed.” Her eponymous collection was first unveiled in the May issue of British Vogue, where Kate, a contributing fashion editor, styled fellow model Freja Beha Erichsen in her latest creations for an exclusive shoot.
Inspired by vintage pieces straight out of the style icon’s wardrobe, this collection has a more personal feel than her last on-trend pieces for the brand, so it’s no wonder the model has already been spotted out and about wearing items from the line. The most coveted pieces include a suede and leather fringed jacket and a flapper-girl-inspired beaded dress, which is the most expensive piece in the collection, and is only being sold on net-a-porter.com with a mere 50 pieces in production. While the price tag is slightly higher than her last fashion foray, we have no doubt Miss Moss’s collection will sellout in the same record time.
From 1920s glamour to 1990s grunge and a great deal of fashionable fringing, here is EW’s Kate Moss x Topshop wish list: