Kate Moss is set to end her lucrative four-year relationship with Sir Philip Green's fashion retailer, Topshop, with a final launch in October.
The company confirmed that the supermodel's autumn/winter collection, her 14th, would be her last. However, she may design a number of one-off capsule ranges in the future, a spokesman for Arcadia, the owner of the high-street store, said.
Sources say the split was amicable, after a relationship that culminated in Moss's presence alongside Sir Philip at the opening of Topshop's flagship US store in New York in April last year, reports the
It is believed the range has come to an end because of the large amount of time that is needed to put together a collection and Moss wanted to pursue other opportunities.
According to the Sun, Kate’s pals said her Topshop line had come to a "natural" end.
Boss Sir Philip Green said: "There have been no dramas."