Move over, Moss: There's a new Kate in town.
California girl Kate Bosworth has taken her style to Topshop, unveiling a winter collection with the fast fashion emporium this week. While Bosworth modeled (and sang!) for Topshop's holiday campaign last year, this is her first full-fledged line for the British brand.
The Collection, as Topshop as imaginatively dubbed Bosworth's line, has a higher price point than the high street shop's typical wares; luxe items like leather pants and sheepskin coats ring up for $590 and $995, respectively. Kate kept the palette narrow, designing clothes, shoes and accessories that don't deviate from basic black, white, red and tan. The Collection offers a minimal way to replicate Kate's streamlined chic. As Women's Wear daily quotes Bosworth, the line offers "luxurious pieces with a strong minimalist approach" that remained faithful to "the mix of masculine-feminine balance that exists in my personal aesthetic."
After seeing Bosworth's line, we've gotta admit that she's poised to be a bona fide competitor to Kate Moss' legendary Topshop collaborations. This spring will mark Moss' fifteenth collection for the brand -- think Bosworth is poised for as lengthy a future with the store?
See Kate's collection: