>> Kate Moss's last full Topshop collection hit the floor today, but Philip Green reiterated that the connection isn't over. “I’m not going anywhere and neither is she,” he said. “This collection still works, and our relationship hasn’t ended. But we now need to go away for a while, and think about how to do things differently. This collection takes a lot of hard work — she wants to do other things and so do I — but our relationship is as strong as ever.”
He's said in the past that a series of smaller capsule Kate Moss for Topshop collections, comprising 12 to 15 pieces instead of the current collection's 109 styles, will still come out two to three times per year: "That will be easier for us, we’ll do something fun."
So what does "something fun" entail? A Topshop spokesperson sheds a little light: "It could be some special pieces in cashmere, for example, or some amazing vintage treasures Kate has uncovered. Basically, it will be whatever takes her fancy. We want Kate's collections to be always surprising, like her — not formulaic and tied to seasons, like a machine."