Kate Moross In Topshop

White ‘Diamond Stellar Object’ sweater, £30
In our January 2008 issue, we named 21 year-old graphic designer and illustrator Kate Moross as one of our latest batch of Creative Futures. This week sees the unstoppable Moross launch her signature range of clothing – six jersey pieces adorned with bright, psychedelic graphics hand drawn by Moross using Lettraset markers…

Kate Moross white sweat
White ‘Diamond Stellar Object’ sweater, £30

In our January 2008 issue, we named 21 year-old graphic designer and illustrator Kate Moross as one of our latest batch of Creative Futures. This week sees the unstoppable Moross launch her signature range of clothing for Topshop: six jersey pieces adorned with bright, psychedelic graphics hand drawn by Moross using Lettraset markers. “Topshop have given me the creative freedom and scope to produce something exciting, for a brand new audience,” she says. “Graphic design is a science as much as it is an art and I aim to explore science and theory through the medium of illustration, which can breathe new life into these subjects and help to communicate them in an exciting way.”

Kate Moross pink dress
Pink ‘Solar’ dress, £30

Kate Moross oversized T
Dark grey ‘Supa Nova Birdie’ oversized T, £25

Tomorrow, Friday 25 January, Moross will be in one of the windows of Topshop’s Oxford Circus flagship store in the heart of London, creating what will amount to Topshop’s first live art installation. The event will be filmed live by topshop.com and broadcast via a podcast. The end result, judging by Moross’ back catalogue of work, will be an eye-popping window display of hand drawn, colourful graphics.

Kate Moross for Topshop will be available in selected Topshop stores and online. Look out for other Moross collaborations this year – she’s currently working on projects with New Era and Nike. We’ll keep you updated on those projects over the coming months…

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