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Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

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Kate Moss has announced she will design another collection for Topshop, six years on from her first sponsored_longform with the high street clothing giant.

She famously launched her first collection by posing in Topshop's Oxford Street window as a living mannequin - flip through our pick of Kate's top 10 iconic style moments to remind yourself why her new range will probably be worth a look...

  • Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

    Flashback! Wearing that Clements Ribeiro Union Jack jumper at the height of Britpop mania in 1997.

  • Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

    Early days were a sheer delight...here she's happily sporting perhaps the world's most daring party dress at an Elite model agency shindig in 1993.

  • Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

    Kate established herself as a strong style chameleon early in her career. Here she's channeling Chrissie Hynde for Versace in 2005.

  • Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

    See? It's the same Milan Fashion Week and Kate's sharp blonde look for Gucci is one of the most iconic of the year.

  • Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

    A signature fur coat and low-key pixie crop at Paris Fashion Week in 2001.

  • Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

    A waistcoat, crucifix and denim shorts at Glastonbury in 2005 sparked a thousand copycat festival outfits.

  • Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

    A brief appearance in the window of Topshop's flagship store in 2007 ensured the traffic-stopping red dress she designed for the range became a collector's item.

  • Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

    Has leather ever looked this good? She's superhero sleek in Miu Miu at Paris Fashion Week in 2009.

  • Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

    Simple and elegant in John Galliano for her wedding to Jamie Hince in 2011.

  • Kate Moss for Topshop: The sequel

    Making a catwalk comeback at Louis Vuitton's show at Paris Fashion Week earlier this year.

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