Kate Moss x Topshop Christmas Edition

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It is beyond us why Kate Moss is going Oriental during Christmas but hey, the little mysteries in life right?  Plus, if it can take us through to Chinese New Year 2010, then us recessionistas ain’t complaining.

Despite the the bamboo, flying stalks, lotus flowers and  fireworks print, these items are far from kitsch. Influences of traditional Chinese and Japanese clothing run through the collection. The Cheongsam dress, normally made in embroidered satin is brought up to date in a gunmetal lurex knit whilst kimono shape dresses in chiffons and silks offer a sensual laid-back style. The sleeves on the ‘Geisha Rose’ print blouse are voluminous and bell-shaped.

Knitwear is given glamorous details, offering comfort and sparkle for winter dressing. A soft grey cashmere tunic is dressed up with a silver beaded obi belt whilst two classic knit crew-neck jumpers in slate grey and navy are spruced up with jewelled shoulder pads stitched to the outside of the garment. A series of lurex-striped shrugs and sequinned knit waistcoats when worn over a casual outfit add instant night-time luxury.

The black rectangular jagged sequin bandeau maxi dress epitomises festive party-wear mixed with Kate’s signature rock-n-roll style. Elsewhere a traditional floral beaded long sleeve dress is one-shouldered and the skirt of a strapless mini dress is covered in black mesh petals and gold beads. Snake print leather obi belts wrap around smart dresses and ostrich feathers adorn the sleeves of a shift dress.

Continuing from the previous season, Christmas embraces chic, smart tailoring. An exquisite satin pencil skirt in navy or black is asymmetrically buttoned down the front and a black grosgrain boat neck shift dress is the ultimate in ladylike dressing. A shrunken Victoriana jacket with frogging and cornelli detailing is easy to wear, and a jacquard Princess coat with jewelled buttons stands out from the collection.

The highlight of Kate’s Christmas Collection for Topshop however is not what you wear on the outside, but what you wear on the inside. Underwear makes a prominent return this season, with the debut of nightwear. Beautiful printed chiffons in triangle shape bras and teddies are feminine, whilst a leopard print balcony bra with an eyelash lace trim has instant sex-appeal. The floral-print pyjamas feature an embroidered ‘K’ and come in a drawstring bag, making it a great Chhristmas present for your bestie.

The Kate Moss Christmas Collection will be available at Topshop stores at KLCC, Mid Valley Megamall and Pavilion. Click here for complete store details.