Kate Moss Unveils Equipment Campaign Video
The supermodel designs a new capsule collection for the cult label.
Infusing sensuality into a sense of play seems to be the main vibe that a new campaign by Kate Moss and luxury brand Equipment is going for. The supermodel recently designed a capsule collection for Equipment’s Spring 2016 release, keeping to the cult label’s style of modern, androgynous silhouettes. The campaign features an intimate video of Moss’ country estate in the Costwolds – where she shares the screen with model Susie Cave for a series of red-lit and monochrome epileptic escapades. The video and campaign pictures were shot by photographer/model Daria Werbowy.
This collection will have casual pieces such as the brand’s classic button downs and archived prints, but clashing alongside bolder designs such as star-printed silk tie-neck shirts and cropped sweaters with a rock and roll edge. The outstanding color palette is done up in red, black, white and grey – livened up by David Bowie-inspired lightning bolt prints and the star’s signature leopard print motif. The collection also includes wardrobe staples such as skinny black 5-pocket trousers, wide leg trousers, grungy slip dresses and a military jacket. Moss’ handwritten “KM” monogram will feature in each piece.
The whole capsule collection will be available on June 2 over at Equipment’s website, in Equipment stores, and also on Net-A-Porter. From June 15 it will also become available from various retail partners worldwide, and the collection will also be sold from June 2 through June 9 at a pop-up shop on London’s Blandford Street. A special pop-up store will also be held at Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche in Paris throughout July.