Could Kate Moss be Topshop's new designer? 18th September 2006 Kate Moss is rumoured to be designing a collection for high street store Clothes designed by supermodel Kate Moss could be coming to a high street store near you - if the fashion rumour mill is to be believed. The famous catwalk queen may be in the process of designing a new collection for the popular chain Topshop, according to The Guardian. Moss appeared at Topshop's catwalk show yesterday - held just a day before the start of the official London Fashion Week. Though not part of the official schedule, the high street store has been criticised for having the audacity to show at the same time as major British designers such as Giles Deacon, Nicole Farhi and Paul Smith. Supermodel Kate Moss didn't seem to mind as she took her place at the side of the catwalk to watch Topshop's new Unique range. Moss sat giggling between Philip Green, Topshop's billionaire owner, and her hairdresser, James Brown. The supermodeal is now the face of a record 14 advertising campaigns and her £11million annual income is believed to have tripled to more than £30 million. Last year, high street retailer H&M dropped the supermodel as the face of their campaign after drug allegations were reported in the press. Pictures of her allegedly snorting cocaine divided the fashion world. Moss was told she would not face prosecution over the drug allegation. The Crown Prosecution Service said video footage indicated that the model had taken drugs but there was insufficient evidence to charge her. But after 12 months, the scandal seems to have boosted her career with a host of international contracts worth between $1million and $3 million each for prestige brands Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Calvin Klein and Christian Dior.