Retail News: Kate Moss’ Topshop Return


Supermodel Kate Moss has returned to British high street brand Topshop to take up her role as designer once again, co-creating a new collection for Spring/Summer 2014 that’s been as hotly anticipated as the previous ranges. Inspired by Moss’ own wardrobe, the premium line displays a key attention to fabrication and detail, demonstrating her evolution as a designer since her debut Topshop collection in 2007.

Key design categories include Balearic Dressing, characterized by embroidered smock tops, silk blouses and vintage-look kaftan, while the new Pyjama Dressing sector focuses on pieces like printed pants crafted from Soho-sourced silk-satin. Cocktail Hour has everything shoppers need for evening with cobweb beadwork or crepe spliced dresses. Finally, Tailoring Noir is themed around elegant tuxes and pant suits in black-gold metallic mixes. Other highlights include luxury designs like the densely hand-beaded dress, priced at £600 ($1,004).

“I have really missed being involved in the design proces, and working with the team at TOPSHOP,” says Kate. 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, it feels like I’m back home working with Topshop”.

The Kate Moss x Topshop Spring/Summer 2014 collection will be landing in-store and online from April 30 – and will also be available across Nordstrom stores, and Net-a-Porter for the first time too.

We’ll be back soon with another daily dose of Retail News – stay tuned!

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