What's In The Kate Moss x Equipment Collab?

What's black and white and red all over? Kate Moss's newest collaboration with Equipment, which launched earlier today to celebrate the brand's 40th anniversary. The capsule collection, available exclusively now on Net-a-Porter and (though more retailers will be added on June 15), includes shirts, sweaters, and slip dresses inspired by Moss's own signature style. The pieces are laid back and easy to wear, like all of Equipment's traditional styles, but each have an element of rock and roll glam — for example, the star-print lining in the basic black blazer — that make them so very Kate.

According to Net-a-Porter, the collection draws on Moss' legendary industry experience and unquestionably cool signature style.

"It's just the kind of things I would wear," Moss told The Edit, Net-a-Porter's own digital magazine. "It's the way that I like to dress. You know, when you just throw on a silk shirt and feel good in it. It's kind of that tomboy but sexy dressing I feel comfortable in for the day."

The pieces have a cozy, yet feminine and sexy feel, and could all be dressed up or dressed down for day or night (it's kind of amazing how many different ways you can style them all!). Here's a look at what you'll find in the 19 piece capsule collection.

1. Cozy Sweaters

Kate Moss for Equipment Ryder Cashmere Sweater, $290,

Aside from it's silk shirts, Equipment is known for its fitted, crew-neck cashmere sweaters. The pieces in Kate's collaboration are cropped and have a more relaxed fit than the brand's traditional style, and are finished off with a "Kate Moss" signature on the bottom left corner. The sweaters come in bright red (pictured), heather grey, white with black stars, and black with red lightning bolts, so there's pretty much something for everyone.

2. A Little Bit Of Shine

Kate Moss for Equipment Slim Signature Silk and Lurex Shirt, $340,

These lurex shirts — especially this silver one with a relaxed tie-neck — add a little bit of rock-and-roll glam to an otherwise preppy silk button down.

3. Perfect '90s Slip Dresses

Kate Moss for Equipment Jessa Washed-Silk Dress, $290,

What would a Kate Moss collaboration be without the '90s-Kate-Moss signature look? The dresses come in this short, flouncy black as well as a longer grey animal print. They can be dressed up with heels and statement jewelry for glam night time look, or worn with sneakers and a moto-jacket during the day.

4. Kate's Signature Shirt

Kate Moss for Equipment Reese Printed Wash-Silk Shirt, $290,

Equipment literally made shirts with her signature on them. Because who hasn't wanted to have a super model sign their body?

5. David Bowie Inspired Patterns

Kate Moss for Equipment Slim Signature Printed Washed-Silk Shirt, $280,

Lots and lots of starry and lightning bolt prints, reminiscent of the late pop star who was also known as Ziggy Stardust. There are shirts, sweaters, and a shirt dress that use these patterns in shades of black, white and red.

6. A Perfect Black Pant

Kate Moss for Equipment Warren Stretch-Twill Skinny Pants, $220,

Kate Moss is credited for making the black skinny pant a wardrobe essential, and her collection includes a twill, high-waisted pair that can be worn for day or night, all year round.

7. A Blazer With A Twist

The red star lining, padded shoulders and peaked satin lapel on this seemingly simple black blazer give it a cool-girl vibe that makes it anything but basic.

8. A Starry Scarf

Kate Moss for Equipment Bria Printed Silk Crepe de Chine Scarf, $80,

Looking to add a little Kate Moss to your summer wardrobe without breaking the bank? At only $80, this printed scarf can be worn over pretty much anything (a button down shirt, a sweater, a dress, a bikini... you get the idea) to elevate your look.

9. Leopard Pajamas

Kate Moss for Equipment Lake leopard-print washed-silk pajama shirt, $270, and Avery leopard-print washed-silk pajama pants, $290,

I can't think of anything more luxurious than a $600 pair of silk, leopard pajamas designed by Kate Moss. A girl can dream, can't she?

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