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Kate Moss Goes Iconic For Topshop

07/09/2010 14:58 | Updated 22 May 2015

Kate Moss and Sir Philip Green at the opening of Topshop's Knightsbridge outpost in May. Charles Aris/FilmMagic.com

For those devastated by the news that Kate Moss' 14th collection for Topshop will be her last one for the high street retailer, fear not. It doesn't mean that Moss' highly coveted pieces will be missing from the shelves.

The retailer has announced that its partnership with the super will continue. While Moss will no longer create seasonal collections for the store, she will produce limited edition drop-in collections in conjunction with the Topshop design team, according to the Telegraph.

Her first order of business in 2011? The Iconic Kate range, which features Moss' Top Ten favourite looks from the past 14 collections she's designed, including a panther mini-dress and a printed day dress from her first ever collection for the store in May 2007.

To keep our boho-glam, vintage cravings at bay until then, Mossie's last seasonal range will hit stores on 28th October.

Also, don't miss out on her new Essentials range for Topshop.

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