Moss wants to ditch 'brain-damaging' modelling career    2008-07-18 06:41:51    

Washington, July 18 : Kate Moss wants to quit the "brain-damaging" world of modelling to concentrate on her fashion line.
Kate Moss wants to quit the "brain-damaging" world of modelling to concentrate on her fashion line.

The British supermodel has been walking the catwalk for over 20 years, after she was discovered by Sarah Doukas (the founder of Storm Model Management) in 1988, at JFK Airport in New York City, after a holiday in the Bahamas.

She was only fourteen at the time.

Now 34, she admits that she wants to concentrate on her fashion range for British high street chain TopShop, reports Contactmusic.

"All that dressing up makes me say, 'What do I want to wear? What do I want to do with (my retail line at) TopShop?' It all kind of leads into the other things," she said.

She launched her first collection on May 1, 2007 at TopShop.

The collection of fifty designs includes clothes, bags, shoes and belts where prices range from 12pounds for a vest top to 150pounds for a cropped leather jacket.

Clothes in the collection include skinny jeans, one-shoulder mini dresses and t-shirts with the letter K woven in to the design. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI

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