Friday, April 4, 2014

Kate back on Top

Kate Moss is back with a new collection for Topshop! "The first collection was seven years ago so I've grown up a lot and I learned a lot the first time around. This collection is a bit more sophisticated, everything in the collection is something that I would definitely wear and I can't wait to get my hands on it."

Nick Grimshaw on Kate:

Charlotte Tilbury on Kate:

From the video of Kate her inspirations look to be boho, 60's designers Ossie Clark & Biba, 70's style prints & 70's glam. Kate loves 70's style hot-pants & jumpsuits. She owns an original Biba playsuit given to her by Anita Pallenberg & recently wore David Bowie's custom-made Ziggy Stardust jumpsuit to the Brit Awards to collect an award for David. "It's important to have some inspiration or a reference point when you're dressing….I really love the late 1960s and 1970s, around the time of the Rolling Stones. I don't channel it in everything I wear, but it does seem to feed through most outfits.  The late part of the 1960s was an exciting time, with lots of changes in the fashion industry. It's important to have some inspiration or a reference point when you're dressing. It's important to accessorise and I always turn to the scarves, hats and sunglasses in my wardrobe. But wearing too many accessories at once can look very bad." from The Telegraph.
Kate in Ossie Clark at her wedding rehearsal
This dress is based on this famous vintage lemon yellow dress Kate wore in 2003 
(her debut Topshop collection also featured a similar copy of the dress).
Kate and Biba designer Barbara Hulanicki 
Kate as Ziggy Stardust by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Paris Vogue December 2011
Kate in Ziggy Stardust's 70s hot-pants jumpsuit at the Brits 2014
Pieces from the collection below feature florals, prints and feminine little dresses, but still that rock chick sensibility. There is also a heavy 70s vibe with sexy Maxi looks, shiny metallics and plenty of fringing.

Kate graces the cover of the latest British Vogue in one of her designs, and Freja Erichsen models another look inside.

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