It’s been rumoured and now confirmed: the Kate Moss for Topshop line is to take its final bow.
With the popularity of the range waning along with ‘Moss fever’, the line’s Autumn / Fall 2010 collection will be the last.
A three-year design partnership between Kate Moss and Topshop is to end later this year.
When the supermodel unveils her autumn and winter range in October – it will be her 14th and last collection for the chain.
Ms Moss began working with Topshop through her friendship with the firm’s boss, retail tycoon Sir Philip Green.
Both parties deny any rift, with Sir Philip saying the model had “other commitments”.
“It has been fantastic for us and fantastic for her, but [the designs] take more and more time and she cannot do this full-time any more,” Sir Phillip told The Times.
We’re yet to catch a glimpse of the final collection, but you can see last year’s Autumn / Winter Kate Moss for Topshop collection by clicking on the thumbnails below.