Kate Moss (L) poses with Topshop boss Sir Philip Green.
After a three year hiatus, Kate Moss is designing a new collection for Topshop.
The supermodel - who collaborated with the high street favourite between May 2007 and November 2010 - has reignited her fashion partnership with the brand.
Moss has teamed up with Topshop creative director Kate Phelan and stylist friend Katy England for the project.
"I have really missed being involved in the design process, and working with the team at Topshop" said Moss, who has partnered with Longchamp and Carphone Warehouse during the hiatus.
"Now more than ever, with London being at the forefront of fashion...it feels like I'm back home working with Topshop."
The spring/summer 2014 collection, due to be released in April next year, will comprise of 40 pieces spanning womenswear, accessories and footwear inspired by the beauty's personal wardrobe.
Fans will be able to buy the items in 40 countries worldwide and via Topshop's website.
Long-time friends Sir Philip Greenand Moss reportedly decided to resume the collaboration while holidaying together in August.
"I am personally thrilled that Kate wanted to come back to Topshop to work with us again," said Topshop boss Sir Philip. "The first time around was such a lot of fun, and she has been sorely missed".
Moss launched her first collection for Topshop in May 2007 by posing in the windows of the Oxford Street store.
Standout pieces from her previous collections included a floral tea dress, which sparked a series of high-street copies, and denim cut-offs.