Kate Moss x Topshop Collaboration Hits Stores

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It’s finally here, everybody! Supermodel Kate Moss has officially launched her SS14 collection with UK-based Topshop. Festival-inspired pieces and scene-stealing party dresses abound—all for between £35 and £250 (approximately $60 and $420, respectively).

Moss first collaborated with Topshop in 2007, but this versatile collection comes after her four-year hiatus from fashion design. The line is rumored to have based many popular prints and styles on her own wardrobe, and in addition to channeling Moss’ own preference for vintage chic, it reflects a certain laid-back look—think: pajama trousers, suede shorts and printed rompers. Of course, neither Moss nor Topshop would forget the formalwear, as the line features both tux and trouser suits.

Since the official online release on Tuesday, many of the collection’s pieces have sold out completely. A few, including a blue fringe jacket, are already appearing on eBay, new with tags, for more than three times their original price: £750 ($1266 USD).

But fear not, loyal shoppers, there’s still plenty to go around. An increasing number of web stores—including Net-A-Porter and Nordstrom—are carrying the collaboration pieces, and we have a feeling this won’t be the last we hear from Moss as a designer.

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