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Kate Moss creates S/S 2014 collection for Topshop
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Kate Moss / (c: biography.com)
Kate Moss / (c: biography.com)
After her last successful creative stint with Topshop label in 2007, the 40-year-old English model Kate Moss has once again re-united with the British fashion retailer to work on a spring/summer 2014 collection.
 
Slated to be available in stores from April 30, 2014, the model’s forthcoming comeback range has been designed in collaboration with stylist Katy England and Topshop’s creative director Kate Phelan.
 
Replete with boho chic looks, the festival-inspired line includes a black tuxedo jacket, silver fringe dress, a smart black jumpsuit, star-printed skirt, leather waistcoat, chiffon top and shorts.
 
Other than designing the collection, the Croydon-born model has also posed, wearing a metallic silver fringed jacket from the same range, for Vogue May, 2014 edition’s cover page.
 
Apart from her current 35th time appearance on Vogue’s cover, Moss had earlier also unveiled her 2007 Topshop collection on the same magazine.
 
Founded in 1964, the British multinational retailer Topshop operates nearly 440 shops in more than 33 countries.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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