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Kate Moss Gears Up For Takeover At Topshop

Kate Moss is finally ready to unveil her new clothing collection, and it’s happening in one of the top locations known for style — London.

Moss, who’s been in the industry as a model since the late 80s, is set to launch her collection at the hot Topshop store in London’s Oxford Circus. The collection will be unveiled tonight in London, and already, crowds have amassed in front of the location in anticipation.

The 40-year-old, who is known for being one of the highest paid and most celebrated fashion icons of our time, will be arriving to greet the excited fans. The event will be hosted by Radio One DJ Nick Grimshaw, who will help celebrate the huge moment in the model’s career. In order to get the events started, a private dinner will be set for Kate Moss. In addition, a performance by Duke Dumont will be taking place at the event.

It seems as though this is a moment that Kate Moss has been waiting for, as this is another huge step in her career as a designer and fashion model.

In a press release, Moss said:

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

This marks the end of a three year hiatus for Kate Moss, but even considering that, she has kept herself very busy. As we reported previously, Kate took a very prominent position as British Vogue’s contributing editor last month. Her debut as contributing editor will be published this month and seems to coincide with the launch of her line.

In addition, Moss has moved behind the lens to direct a series titled Cause Célèbre, which is being described as a rock ‘n roll aesthetic and inspired by the 70s band Destroy All Monsters. One of the models Moss decided to focus on is the 30-year-old Ukranian-Canadian model Daria Werbowy. The photographers she hired are Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.

Although we still miss the Kate Moss that ushered in the grunge era of the 90s, it looks like she’s really aging into her new career quite nicely.

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