Saturday, 19 April 2014

DIGITAL WORDS / Kate Moss x Topshop

For some reason only selected pieces and pictures were published, so here's the full thing...

Kate Moss X Topshop: The Pieces We Have To Have

It’s been over three since Kate Moss’ last collection for Topshop, but praise be she’s back with a new line inspired by the best bits of her very own wardrobe.

The full spring/summer haul is bursting with billowing ‘70s shapes, slinky evening gowns and tassels galore. With a noticeably more sophisticated and detailed look to her latest designs, Kate Moss is helping us all out to step-up our everyday glamour game.

Here are the essential pieces we can’t wait to dress up in come April 30th when Kate Moss x Topshop goes on sale.

The Feather Embellished LDB

Kate Moss has only gone and re-created the dress she wore to Cannes in 1998 when she had Johnny Depp hanging off her arm. The original was a late ‘50s/early ’60s design purchased from the ultra-exclusive Montaldo’s, but now you too can add this oh-so-necessary number to your wardrobe with no vintage dealers required.

The Yellow Chiffon Dress

Modelled on, arguably, one of Kate Moss’ finest vintage finds, the lemon Grecian/prom dress Kate wore to Another Magazine partyback in 2007 is the stuff of modern fashion legend. With the single shoulder detail, fitted bodice and airy skirt this dress is going to see us through every event through the summer. Kate Moss herself re-wore it for her daughter’s christening so we’re planning to get our money’s worth out of it too.

The Pajama Suit

It’s official – pajama dressing is back. Kate Moss declared it so on the weekend when she donned her own matching coat and trouser set to the Oliver Awards. Embrace the onslaught of paisley and ditch the handbag as the sizable pockets should house your phone/money/lipstick/whatever-you-can’t-leave-home-without quite adequately.

The Suede Jacket

Tassels are clearly high on Kate Moss’ fashion agenda for the coming seasons what with this collection boasting numerous dresses and jackets adorned with them. We’ll be going for the black suede variation for a Rolling Stone groupie-inspired look. Just add an over sized hat, micro denim shorts and kohl smudged eyes.

The Sequin Cardigan

This is rather reminiscent of a 1920’s glitteringcover-up Kate Moss wore to a Linda McCartney exhibition back in 2008 but we’ll be wearing ours layered up at summer festivals, poolside with a bikini, teamed with skinny jeans during the day… Actually we’ll be wearing this everywhere and with everything.

View the full Kate Moss collection HERE

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