Kate Moss’ dreams are made into fashion reality, as the model turns designer, in her collaboration with Equipment, one of her favorite brands as they mark their 40th anniversary.
Designed by Moss, the capsule collection ranges from quintessential bottom downs in archived prints to styles synonymous with Kate’s signature look: a little 90’s, a little rock and roll, with a subtle nod to David Bowie.
“It’s just the kind of things I would wear,” Moss opened up to The Edit. “It’s the way that I like to dress. You know, when you just throw on a silk shirt and feel good in it. It’s kind of that tomboy but sexy dressing I feel comfortable in for the day.”
A fan of the brand for years as Moss used to steal her husband Equipment shirts and make them her own.
The collection includes – silk tie-neck blouses, blazers, cropped sweaters and her signature leopard print. There’s also the five-pocket pant, wide leg trouser and military jacket to help complete the look.
The black and white ad campaign stars Moss and was shot by fellow model Daria Werbowy.
The collection is exclusively available at Equipment in store and online and at Net-A Porter.com with a more complete rollout on June 15th.