Kate Moss Leads Fashion Pack On Front Row At Topshop Unique SS14

Kate Moss joins Sir Philip Green and Anna Wintour at Topshop Unique SS14

Kate Moss cosies as much as Sir Philip Green at Topshop Unique SS14

Kate Moss bagged herself the correct seat of London Fashion Week yesterday as she joined the who’s who of front row celebrities for Topshop Unique Spring Summer 2014.

Pictured amongst what could was the best FROW of the season to date, Miss Moss huddled between Topshop’s Sir Philip Green, his son Brandon and Anna Wintour.


The Brit fashion pack also landed prize positions, led by Pixie Geldof, Daisy Lowe, Ellie Goulding and Samantha Barks. 

Pixie Geldof, Daisy Lowe and Ellie Goulding watch Topshop Unique SS14

Meanwhile, Sadie Frost stepped out in a purple plaid suit to rival Kate Moss’ leopard trousers for best in print.


With Cara Delevingne on catwalk duty alongside Jourdan Dunn, (who was spotted scoffing a sneaky Nandos meal backstage), Unique SS14 secured its status because the hottest ticket of LFW. 

InStyle Meets Annina Vogel

Annina Vogels Engravings collection

Annina Vogel’s Engravings collection

Annina Vogel

Beloved by industry insiders and the likes of Cara Delevingne, Alexa Chung and Kate Moss, Annina Vogel’s statement jewellery has made a gigantic impact within the fashion world for the reason that brand was launched in 2008.


And now, just once we thought the gathering couldn’t get to any extent further achingly cool, a limited edition line of original Victorian signet rings and pendants was released, each featuring literary engravings from iconic figures of the era, including Oscar Wilde, Alfred Tennyson or even Queen Victoria.

If you fancy getting your hands on this type of modern-meets-vintage heirlooms, Annina Vogel should be joined by an on-site hand engraver at Liberty from 9 September, able to create a fully gorgeous, personalised piece.


Ahead of the launch, we caught up with Annina to get the lowdown at the new line, in addition to her jewellery inspirations and the way she feels about Kate Moss wearing her designs…NL

What inspired you to create this range?

My love of Victorian wit and my obsession with jewellery from that era. i like sourcing pieces that are not necessarily appreciated of their current format after which giving them a fashionable edge – like an old unworn cufflink being converted into a regular ring.

Do you’ve a fave quote from the gathering?

I love all of them! If I needed to pick one it might be Queen Victoria’s quote: “The important thing will not be what they believe of me, but what i feel of them.” i’m wondering what that announces about me…

Is there a chunk (from this collection, or any of your work) that you’re particularly pleased with?  

I have such a lot of favourites, it’s impossible to pick. But I did wear the Diamond Wings Necklace for a long time before putting it in to the cupboard. I was absolutely devastated when it sold.

Who would you adore to peer wearing your jewellery?  

I had an inventory of people who I dreamed of seeing wearing my pieces and I’m very fortunate that, over the years, everyone on that list has become a consumer, starting with Kate Moss once I first launched. Kate still wears her piece from my first collection – the signature charm necklace!

Prices start from £350, and should be available from Liberty London on 9 September.

Backstage: The Outnet launches its new Iris & Ink collection

The Outnet

Net-A-Porter’s little sister brand, The Outnet, has come some distance inside the four short years since its launch – loads in order that the classy online discount outlet is now unveiling the third season of its in-house collection, Iris & Ink.


Designed in London and available exclusively from The Outnet website, the 68 piece collection is a mixture of luxurious wardrobe essentials and edgy, fashion forward designs.

Stand out pieces for us include a vinyl sleeved bomber, lace trousers, duchess silk T-shirt and a shearling coat – but this latest collection also sees the introduction of leather accessories, including oversized clutches, envelope shoulder bags, bowling totes, colour block shoppers, cardholders and handbags.


If you love what you notice (and we definitely do), watch the video below to move behind-the-scenes at the campaign shoot. JS

The first arrivals from the Iris & Ink Autumn Winter 2013 collection come in from The Outnet now, with more styles dropping throughout September, October and November.