Four long (long) years. That's how much time we've been waiting. But finally, the fashion powers that be (i.e. Philip Green) have answered our prayers and brought the almighty pillars of style Topshop and Kate Moss back together again.
The new collection is a bit of a mesh of Kate's best bits from her own wardrobe - think a hefty dose of 70s glamour with a splash of country and western, by way of the 1920s. Basically, expect to see lots of sparkly sequins, tassels, as well as wide legs and thigh-skimming dresses.
Below, we've picked out our favourite pieces from the whole of the range, which includes a dress inspired by that yellow chiffon number from the time she attended the Another Magazine party in New York in 2003, when she was with editor Jefferson Hack. The story goes that she bought it from a vintage store but it's since become an iconic look (how come we never find anything that amazing?).
Other fabulous items include an ornately embroidered jacket, which would look great over a pair of jeans, and the black shift dress with feather epaulets. There's also a rather elegant black jumpsuit, which is completely reminiscent of Kate's amazing Chanel outfit she wore to her 34th birthday party. We're also loving the chic azul satin gown, which has delicate scallop edging.
All of the items will be available later today, head here to find out exactly when you can expect to empty your bank account.