Kate Moss parts ways with Topshop

London: Kate Moss is set to end her lucrative four-year relationship with Sir Philip Green`s fashion retailer, Topshop, with a final launch in October.

The company confirmed that the supermodel`s autumn/winter collection, her 14th, would be her last.

However, she may design a number of one-off "capsule" ranges in the future, a spokesman for Arcadia, the owner of the high-street store, said.

Sources say the split was amicable, after a relationship that culminated in Moss`s presence alongside Sir Philip at the opening of Topshop`s flagship US store in New York in April last year, reports a news daily.

It is believed the range has come to an end because of the large amount of time that is needed to put together a collection and Moss wanted to pursue other opportunities.

According to a news daily, Kate’s pals said her Topshop line had come to a "natural" end.

Boss Sir Philip Green said: "There have been no dramas."


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