After months of anticipation, the Kate Moss for Topshop collection is launching today. As the fashion world gears up for the official release of the eagerly awaited line, we take a look at the collection in full.
Modelled by Kate herself, naturally, the 40-piece collection is infused with Kate's signature relaxed, boho style.
The looks reference many of Kate's well-known outfits. The blue-fringed leather jacket is a nod to the similar version she wore to three Rolling Stones shows, which she describes as her 'gig jacket'.
Fringing is worked in to many pieces in the collection – adorning jackets, boleros, dresses and scarves.
Kaftans, smock dresses and crochet lace dresses are a reference to the Balearic Islands, where Kate is usually spotted holidaying.
The Cocktail Hour line boasts pretty dresses are heavy with intricate beading – these come with a price tag of £600 but sit alongside pieces starting at £38.
Tailoring Noir features tuxedos – a popular look for Kate's red carpet appearances – and beautiful trouser suits in black.
It was announced at the end of last year that Kate would be making a comeback for Topshop after a three-year hiatus.
"I have really missed being involved in the design process, and working with the team at Topshop," said Kate. "Now more than ever, with London being at the forefront of fashion …it feels like I’m back home working with Topshop."
Topshop boss Phillip Green was just as pleased with the news, saying, "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."
Kate and Philip are said to have decided to work together again while on holiday in the South of France.
"Kate was talking about London as a style city, and how it was becoming ever more relevant on the international stage," said a source. "She's friends with Philip, so they said, 'Let's do it.'"
Kate's collaboration with the high street retailer first began in 2007. The duo had several sell-out collections before putting the partnership on hold in 2010.