“Yes dahling, it’s sell, sell, sell,” Kate Moss says of her new apparel collection for Topshop.UK Vogue have snagged an exclusive with Topshop and Kate to unveil the collection in a 10-page exclusive feature in which Moss also dishes on her inspirations for the collection. “I thought it should be a bit more edgy. Just because you’re wearing a pretty dress, it doesn’t have to be all pretty-pretty,” she says. “I’d just gotten this book of photographs about that club Studio 54 and I wanted it more like that.”
The exclusive was shot by Nick Knight and the inspiration herself, Kate Moss, modeled six of the outfits from the 80-piece line.
According to the Telegraph, the initial collection will be followed by several drops including a high summer range and autumn collection in September.
A key piece in the 80-piece Kate Moss for Topshop collection is a pretty blue and grey poppy print short silk dress (Â£45) inspired by Moss’s vast collection of vintage dresses. A yellow and black striped busboy jacket (Â£65), waistcoat (Â£35) and micro-shorts (Â£30) are typical of her taste for turning masculine clothes into something incredibly sexy.
There is also a steel grey pinstripe blazer (Â£65) with matching boy-cut trousers (Â£45) and a white shirt scrawled with her friend’s names that was inspired by Moss’s own school shirt.
The collection will be sold through Topshop stores and on the Topshop website. The April issue of British Vogue is out Monday 12 March.
[Images added – March 13 ]
scans from UK Vogue via TheFashionSpot.com forums