Model to finish collaboration after the release of her 14th collection


Kate Moss has quit her fashion collaboration with Topshop.

The model, who has designed clothes for the high street chain since 2007, will end the hugely popular partnership after the release of her 14th collection in October. 

Kate has done 14 collections with us,’ says Topshop owner Philip Green. ‘It has been fantastic for us and fantastic for her, but they take more and more time and she cannot do this full time any more.’ 

Kate leaves the brand amid rumours that Philip’s daughter Chloe, 19, is to design her own range for the store.

‘Hopefully one day I might design a “Chloe Green for Topshop” range,’ the teenager said in a recent interview. ‘I don’t think it’s asking too much.’

Kate, 36, is currently the face of Balenciaga, Isabel Marant and designs bags for Longchamp.