Kate Moss has unveiled a stark new look to her Topshop collection.
Gone are the floaty dresses and just-washed hair. In come a peroxide crop and thigh-skimming party frocks worn with stockings.
The supermodel’s new Christmas range is previewed in this month’s edition of i-D magazine.
The photo-shoot shows her sprawled on an unmade bed wearing six-inch patent heels.
She is wearing a white-blonde wig and her heavily made-up eyes peer out from underneath a blunt fringe.
The range focuses on evening wear, as well as black on black, with texture, beading, chiffon and satin. Prices range from £35 to £250.
The range goes on sale on 25 October. Topshop owner Sir Philip Green is hosting a party and fashion show at Annabel’s in Berkeley Square next week to launch it.
Moss, 33, is paid a reputed £3 million for her Topshop designs.
Her first collection saw queues of shoppers descend on the Oxford Street flagship store in May after she fleetingly appeared in the window. Sales in the first week topped £3.5 million.
Last night Moss was back in Oxford Street promoting a new hair care range by James Brown at Boots.
She was wearing a T-shirt featuring a picture of new boyfriend Jamie Hince on the chest.
She later met up with Hince, guitarist with The Kills, and they headed to the home of her friend Davinia Taylor.
The couple had just returned from a romantic two-day holiday in Ibiza earlier this week, which reportedly cost the star £100,000.
The lovers were joined by a group of friends on the whirlwind visit, including former Hollyoaks actress Davinia Taylor.
Meanwhile Moss’s ex-boyfriend Pete Doherty has become the face of Roberto Cavalli’s 2007/2008 advertising campaign.