Kate Moss smolders in video for her own fashion collection with Equipment

Kate Moss's new capsule collection for luxury shirt brand Equipment has been unveiled through a sensual campaign video shot at the supermodel's home in the English countryside.



The supermodel has designed a capsule collection for Spring 2016 for the cult label, known for its tailored menswear and modern, androgynous silhouettes.

Solely designed by Moss herself, 'Kate Moss for Equipment' features casual pieces such as the brand's classic button downs and archived prints alongside bolder designs such as star-printed silk tie-neck shirts and cropped sweaters with a rock and roll edge. A color palette of red, black, white and grey is livened up by David Bowie-inspired lightning bolt prints and the star's signature leopard print motif, while her handwritten "KM" monogram adorns each piece. The collection also includes wardrobe staples such as skinny black 5-pocket trousers, wide leg trousers, grungy slip dresses and a military jacket.

Shot by photographer/model Daria Werbowy, the collection's campaign focuses on a series of soft and intimate black-and-white portraits of Moss, shot at her country estate in the Cotswolds. An intimate video, shot in the house's gig room, sees Moss share the screen with model Susie Cave.

 


The Kate Moss for Equipment collection will become available on June 2 exclusively on equipmentfr.com, in Equipment stores and on Net-A-Porter.com. From June 15 it will also become available from various retail partners worldwide, and the collection will also be sold from June 2 through June 9 at a pop-up shop on London's Blandford Street.

A special pop-up store will also be held at Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche in Paris throughout July.

 

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