Kate Moss is all into modeling that's why she does it the biggest way possible. The troubled supermodel is about to pose as a real-life mannequin to mark the launch of her Topshop range, which is slated to be launched on May 1st in London.
"Kate plans to pose as a mannequin. Her biggest problem will be not laughing. When the red curtain is drawn back and Kate has been seen in some of her items, the doors will open and the outfits will officially go on sale," Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper quoted a source as saying.
It is said that Moss will pose for an hour surrounded by other mannequins in her designs. Then the models will be changed to show more of the range. Moss reportedly earned £3 million from the high street chain.
The collection of 50 designs includes clothes, bags, shoes and belts, and prices range from 12 pounds for a vest top to 150 pounds for a cropped leather jacket. Clothes in the collection include skinny jeans, one-shoulder mini dresses and T-shirts with the letter K woven in to the design.
Rumor has it that in order to avoid the clothes being auctioned online on launch day, the Topshop team has devised a scheme in which buyers will be restricted to five items each.