The much awaited spring/summer 2014 collection, created by the celebrated English model Kate Moss for the British fashion retailer Topshop, is all set to be released in stores today.
Inspired from the 40-year-old’s personal high-priced designer and vintage wardrobe, the 61-piece timeless range, which is considered as Moss’ comeback range for the purveyor, features clothing prepared under different themes.
The boho chic Balearic Dressing themed line includes see-through smock tops, embroidered caftans and several fringe detailed outfits, apt for holiday and beach retreats.
Cocktail Hour ensembles include an array of sequined menswear-tailored eveningwear, whereas Pajama Dressing range features several party-to-bed silky separates.
Some of the other standout pieces from the line include a one-shouldered lime yellow prom dress, a black tuxedo jacket, a silver fringe dress, a smart black jumpsuit, a star-printed skirt, a leather waistcoat, a chiffon top and shorts.
In addition to Topshop’s online and brick and mortar stores, the collection will also be available for sale at the luxury e-commerce destination Net-a-Porter as well as the upscale American fashion specialty retailer chain Nordstrom.
The supermodel, who had first teamed up with the high-street retailer in 2007, has designed some 13 collections before going on a hiatus in 2010.
Founded in 1964, the British multinational retailer Topshop operates nearly 440 shops in more than 33 countries.
Launched in 2000, Net-a-Porter offers clothing and accessories from cutting-edge labels like Alexander Wang, Miu Miu, Stella McCartney, Valentino and Victoria Beckham.
Founded in 1901, the US-based retailer Nordstrom operates nearly 231 stores in 31 states across the country.