Sunday, April 29, 2007

Kate Moss Topshop collection faces disruption from anarchist protesters

launch of Kate Moss’ Topshop collection in LondonAccording to the Topshop site, the line is available beginning May 1 and customers can only buy 1 of each style and can buy no more that 5 items at a time.

But, the launch of Kate Moss’ Topshop collection in London’s Oxford Street faces disruption from anarchist protesters -- dailystar reported
May 1 is the biggest day for street protests, with anti-capitalist groups planning a string of demonstrations in London. Sources claim the protesters are planning to launch their strike around midnight tomorrow when Kate appears in the storewindow wearing some of her creations.

But Vogue UK has the juicier scoop!
Every 150 people in the queue will be issued with a different coloured wristband, which will entitle their colour group to shop in the Kate Moss section for 20 minutes (though the kind security people realise you will require extra time to drag your haul through the tills). Purchases are limited to five pieces per person, but you will get a shopping guide and goody bag thrown in. The store anticipates being open until midnight - then there's time for a quick few hours' beauty sleep before it re-opens at 7am for the madness to start all over again. Hurrah! Don't fancy fending off the crowds? The collection will also be available at from around 6am on May 1."

Kate Moss Topshop Collection will be exclusively available in the US through Barneys New York starting on May 9.

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Kate, 33, was paid £3million to put her name to the range.
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