Kate Moss will be designing more
Supermodel Kate Moss has revealed she will be designing more than modeling in the future. In a new podcast for Topshop Kate Moss makes the revelation reports WWD. With four days to go before the launch of Kate Moss’s clothing range for Topshop, anticipation has already begun reports Sun UK. Topshop founder Philip Green paid the supermodel a reported three million pounds sterling (5.97 million U.S. dollars) to design the collection which draws on some of her most photographed outfits. Green is banking on the collection's success to help Topshop become a global brand to rival Zara and H&M Fashion fans are already arming themselves with sleeping bags, preparing to camp out overnight just to make sure they are at the front of the queue when the Oxford Street store opens its doors. Meanwhile, Kate Moss is to become a window mannequin for the launch of the new Topshop range in Oxford Street. The 33-year-old supermodel will pose as a tailor's dummy in the high street shop's flagship store when her new range is launched on May 1. According to Star magazine, when the shop opens at 7 a.m. a red curtain in the window will be pulled back to reveal Moss, dressed in clothes from her range and surrounded by mannequins.