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Topshop's Latest Designer Collab Channels '90s-Era Kate Moss

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Portuguese design duo Marques'Almeida's collaboration with Topshop dropped today, with 68 pieces that completely channel the '90s right down to denim bucket hats. "We've always focused our research around teenagers and what we call the 'youth code' of dressing since we started the brand, [so] working on this collection meant we could go back and dig deep into those archives, finding old editions of i-D and The Face, Corinne Day and Kate Moss shoots," the designers said in a Topshop statement.

The results of all that research is a collab with neon sheepskin stoles, taffeta tops, boxy denim parkas, jersey cotton triangle bras, and turtleneck dresses. Prices range from $30 for a cami to $500 for leather trousers, and you can shop it all here.

According to Topshop, the collection has the biggest international stockist distribution of any designer collabs, and will be in 68 stores globally and online at Topshop and Net-a-Porter.
· Marques'Almeida x Topshop [Official Site]
· Topshop's Big Plans For Out-Livingstreaming the Competition [Racked]
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