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Saturday 12 July 2014

Kate Bosworth in Topshop film

Kate Bosworth

Kate Bosworth's Topshop festival collection has launched today, with a short film showing off some of the 16-piece line.

The Hollywood actress was named an ambassador for the popular high street store in December, and consequently worked on their Christmas project.

Kate has now teamed up with Topshop to create a 16-piece capsule collection - some of which she sported at Coachella Festival last month.

The blonde beauty stars in a short clip showing off the collection, which was shot by her filmmaker partner Michael Polish.

The Road to Coachella features the 29-year-old posing around California's Mono Lake as she travelled to the popular music event earlier this year.

"I've always had a love of fashion. To gain learning experience from the Topshop design team has been a great opportunity for me," Kate revealed in a statement. "Our intent was to create fresh, wearable, and effortless festival pieces. I am proud of our work together and I adore these pieces, they fit perfectly with the mood of the Topshop Festival collection."

Topshop creative director Kate Phelan says Kate was a joy to work alongside. The actress was brimming with ideas for the new collection, which was refreshing for the Topshop brand.

"Kate and I were discussing the summer trends and how she had been one of our inspirations," Phelan said. "'She was here working with us on our Christmas project - the next day Kate came in with all these incredible images and references and shared what her ultimate festival outfits looked like. It is an organic extension of Kate’s fashion sense aligned with the Topshop brand. We think that’s fresh and exciting."

Kate's festival capsule collection features shorts, dresses, waistcoats and shirts.

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