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Every Item In Kate Moss' Topshop Line

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    It's taken three years for Kate Moss to return to her British-fashion roots with another collaboration with Topshop. And, it sorta makes sense it's taken this long. According to Topshop, the pieces for the latest Moss collection are not only a reflection of the supermodel's love of Balearic dressing (and the Balearic islands, too), but she was also influenced by real vintage treasures she's collected over the years. "These pieces when found can be threadbare, or with embellishments falling off," the high-street retailer explained. But, once given the Kate treatment, the new, more mass-produced designs translate to a wardrobe perfect to wear to your next summer music festival.

    Think: body-skimming (but not really clinging) dresses, paisleys, florals, embroidery, and tons of pieces that capture Moss' free-spirit-meets-rock-god personal style. As for those threadbare, one-of-a-kind pieces, we can't be sure they'd hold up during a Glastonbury rager. But, thankfully, the designs ahead are much more dance-party appropriate. In fact, Moss gets the party started in the lookbook ahead.

    The summer collection will officially arrive on April 30, and for the first time, it will be available at Net-A-Porter and Nordstrom, as well as Topshop. Click through to see the entire collection. You're sure to catch one serious case of Kate Moss dance fever.

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