Kate Moss for Topshop
Posted by Mia Balogh · Apr 21, 2014

Would you like to dress like a supermodel? If your answer is yes, check out the next collection from Topshop, inspired by the wardrobe of the iconic model, Kate Moss.

photo: www.topshop.com

Feathers, oriental prints, long fringes – these are some of the most eye-catching details of the next Topshop collection, designed by Kate Moss. The spring-summer 2014 collection offers 40 ready-to-wear pieces, reflecting the fashion icon’s unique style, and will be available in 40 countries or via Topshop.com.

photo: www.topshop.com

All the clothes are inspired by Kate’s own wardrobe, and the boho-chic style she represents for years. So the capes, ponchos, silk blouses and trouser suits can give you the impression that you are in her closet, trying a supermodel’s clothes.

The bold Aztecs dress is one of our favourites from the new collection, because it looks really beautiful and has a handmade feel. The heavily embroidered crochet lace dresses look gorgeous, too – these are available in cream and black.

You can also find pyjama style clothes in Kate’s new collection, but these clothes are not for bed, only for partying. Pyjama chic from Kate Moss is inspired by London's Soho, and carries two distinct prints: floral design with small flower prints and a vivid, Oriental-inspired flower pattern. Both prints will be available in high-waisted trousers, blouses and in a pyjama coat, as well.

Most of the prices are reasonable, but there is one dress that your credit card won't thank you for - the densely hand-beaded dress that will be available exclusively at Topshop.com and Net-a-Porter, costs £600.

photo: www.topshop.com

Kate and Topshop – they have history

Kate Moss has designed 14 previous collections for Topshop. Her first collection for the brand, in May 2007 was a quite memorable one in the world of fashion. The supermodel launched the range by posing in the windows of the Oxford Street store, dressed in a traffic-stopping red dress from her first collection for the brand. This happened on the day before the range was available to shoppers. Customers liked this red dress, but Kate’s floral tea dress, too, and denim cut-offs, similar to shorts that Moss wore in Glastonbury Festival, too.

photo: www.topshop.com

In 2010, after having designed some nice collections together, the cooperation between the brand and the model ended due to Kate’s other duties. She said she was ‘not having enough time’ to fully commit to designing. But in 2013, she might have changed her mind, because they started to work together again.

‘I have really missed being involved in the design process, and working with the team at Topshop. I am very excited to create a new collection that bears my name. Now more than ever with London being at the forefront of fashion as it feels like I'm back home working with Topshop’ – she said.

‘It's seven years since the first collection so I've grown up a lot and I learnt a lot the first time round... This collection is a bit more sophisticated. Everything in the collection is something I would definitely wear. I can't wait to get my hands on it’ – she added.

The range will be available on the 30th of April, in store and online via www.topshop.com so there's not long to wait now!


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