Long life to the Queen!!
Kate Moss is well known by her effortless style and her boho-chic style; it gives her the enduring appeal that we all could only dream of.
Kate Moss a wide range of collaboration with Fashion and Beauty brands mostly; the most important are Topshop and Rimmel London. Also she is known for being Ambassador and the face of the Spanish fashion retailer Mango and had successful campaigns with major Italian, French, American, and British designers including Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein, Chanel and Bulgari.
Kate’s collaboration with Rimmel London started in 2001. In 2011 Kate created and launched, with great success, her premier Kate Moss for Rimmel lipstick range, since followed up by a number of equally successful collections.
About Topshop she started with her first collection on 1 May 2007, a collection of clothes designed exclusively for the Topshop chain were launched across the UK in the chain’s 225 stores.
Also, in early 2010, it was revealed that she had designed a range of handbags for luxury goods house Longchamp. On 30 April of this year, Moss’s second collection for Topshop will be out.
But what we can expect of the upcoming collaboration with the British Brand?
It is all about almost everything, a bit of everything fringe, tassels, paisley and luxury-metallic and vintage-embroidery (perfect for festival outfit), a beauty mess, just like Kate herself. Our favorite pieces are the boho-shape fringy jackets showed on the preview, and the embellished smock tops and printed kaftans so bohemian! Are just amazing!
Items vintage-inspired have been joined the Kate Moss x Topshop collection based on her own wardrobe.
No word on the specific price of the dress yet, but the full collection will range from $76 to $1,200 and land in international Topshops, Topshop.com, Nordstrom and Nordstrom.com on April 30. The $1,200 dress will also be sold on Net-a-Porter.com, and three pieces will be available for pre-order on the Harper’s Bazaar ShopBazaar site April 15.