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Kate Moss’s highly anticipated Spring/Summer 2014 collection for Topshop hits stores this month following a four-year hiatus.

The collection includes a wide range of styles, including pyjama-inspired pieces, cocktail dresses, beautifully tailored blazers and trousers, which, as always, are inspired by pieces from Kate’s closet. One piece is actually an exact replica of the Saint Laurent fringe jacket we’ve seen her wearing. The collection also has a section called Balearic Dressing, which features kaftans and smock dresses paying homage to the Balearic Islands, her favourite summertime destination.

Prices in the Kate Moss line range from approx £30 to £600 for the heavily hand-beaded pieces; the collection will be available in-store and online at Topshop, Nordstrom and, for the first time, Net-a-Porter.com on April 30.

Below is the lookbook as modelled by Kate herself, and click through to see the full 46-piece collection.

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Kate Moss In Saint Laurent - amfAR's Inspiration Gala Sao Paulo

Kate Moss attended amfAR’s Inspiration Gala Sao Paulo on Friday (April 4) in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Known for wearing mostly black or vintage, the model surprised me by wearing a vibrant fuchsia Saint Laurent Spring 2013 gown featuring a loose-fitting top with a drawstring neckline, and open front slit and tassel-ended drawstring details.

The boho look was styled with a selection of silver jewels, a rose-gold clutch and fuchsia-pink lips.

Even with the clear lack of support, this is a mighty fine look from head-to-toe. It’s nice to see her doing something slightly unexpected, colour wise.

You may remember that Angelina Jolie wore a similar dress in muddy brown back in 2013.

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You can buy Kate’s Saint Laurent Long Tassel Dress from farfetch.com US and farfetch.com.

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Kate Moss In David Bowie's Rabbit Costume - Brit Awards 2014

Kate Moss was one of the many stars to take to the stage at the Brit Awards 2014 held at the O2 Arena in London on Wednesday evening (February 19).

The supermodel accepted David Bowie’s ‘Best Male Solo Artist’ award on his behalf, wearing one of his old stage costumes, from the Ziggy Stardust tour.

Bowie’s iconic look, a piece known as the ‘rabbit costume’, was worn by the singer back in 1972.

Kate styled the romper with tights and black heels.

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Kate Moss In Prada - 'Only Lovers Left Alive' Screening After-Party

Kate Moss was spotted outside the Heaven nightclub in London yesterday evening (February 6) having attended the after-party following a special screening of Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’.

Doing what she does best, looking uber cool without effort, she wore grey denim turned-up overalls under her beige Mongolian-and-fox fur Prada Pre-Fall 2014 coat.

The look was styled with a colour-block studded clutch and her favourite black Alaia boots.

I would’ve loved to have seen Kate’s ensemble without the coat, not only because it dominates the look but also because I’m not a fan of the fox-fur sleeves.

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Kate Moss was the first to wear a piece from Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2014 collection, so maybe that was the indicator that she would front their Spring 2014 ad campaign – surprisingly, the first time the model has ever fronted a campaign for the British brand.

Sporting bright-yellow pixie-cropped hair, the 40-year-old model, who is celebrating 25 years in the business, was captured by photographer Steven Klein for the futuristic campaign, which was inspired by the 1960 cult thriller ‘Peeping Tom’.

Wearing a selection of pieces including a gladiator-esque alligator bra and pleated gym skirt, each image featured a voodoo-doll-like mini me.

Kate also stars in a nearly-five-minutes-long video to accompany the brand’s Spring 2014 ad campaign, which tells the chilling tale of a girl being stalked by a sniper on the city streets.

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Kate Moss In Marc by Marc Jacobs - Playboy's 60th Anniversary Issue Party2

Kate Moss’ night ended at the Playboy Club in London where she attended the Playboy’s 60th Anniversary Issue Party hosted by Marc Jacobs.

Donning her third look of the night, following her magazine signing and British Fashion Awards looks, the model wore a dress from the Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2014 collection.

Opting out of the taupe button runway down coat, she styled her antique-white runway ‘Cosmo’ dress with a black star appliqués accented with silver sequins, with yet another cosy fur coat and black Louboutin ‘So Kate’ pumps.

Which of Kate’s three looks was your favourite?

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