Three years after her last collection for Topshop hit shelves, Kate Moss is continuing her partnership with the British clothing company. This month, Moss will release a nearly-50-piece Spring collection that is based on her own wardrobe and her favorite secondhand pieces. Encapsulating her personal style, the hotly anticipated lineup features looks with a focus on tailoring, from pajama dressing right into cocktail hour.
"I have really missed being involved in the design process and working with the team at Topshop," the supermodel-turned-designer said. "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, if feels like I'm back home working with the brand."
Moss promises that this collection is elevated from her past lineups, which first began in 2007. Expect upgrades in terms of fabrications — from silk chiffons sourced in London, gold lamé found in Italy, and intricate lace came from India — and attention to detail with hand-stitching and meticulous beadwork, as is evident in the crown jewel of the collection . . . a densely beaded dress that will cost $1,200.
The premium collection will go on sale April 30 and be sold globally in all Topshop stores and online at Topshop.com, as well as Net-a-Porter.com and Nordstrom. See Kate's brand-new campaign images and every look from the new collection, right here.
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