The Guardian recently interviewed Kate Moss on her fourth collection for Topshop—a holiday line for which she was inspired by the prints and patterns of the orient. During the interview in her Topshop office, Moss sipped white wine and modeled her favorite piece from the collection, a jacquard evening coat with silver buttons.
In addition to a silk kimonos, chinoiserie style tops, and dresses with mandarin collars, the collection includes bed jackets, silk pajamas, printed slips, lace shorts and sheer teddys. As the Guardian reported:
Last year Moss had her perfect pair of pyjamas made in Hong Kong, but her boyfriend stole them ("Jamie lived in that pyjama top all summer") so she's included a silk copy in the new range, which also features a selection of luxe lingerie. "And I've test-run all the underwear, too. My boyfriend likes the lot. It's all very sexy, but not nasty-sexy, glamorous-sexy. Not vulgar. I love the lounging suit, and I do like a pyjama. I wore a pair out as eveningwear in New York once, and there was a massive snowstorm. We couldn't get a cab, so I had to walk home in them. It was freezing, but they did look good."