Kate Moss launched her first jewellery collection at Paris Fashion Week this week.
The British supermodel - who has already collaborated with High Street store Topshop and French label Longchamp to create fashion and handbag lines - celebrated the debut of Kate Moss for Fred at the iconic Ritz Hotel with shoe designer Christian Louboutin accompanying her as her date.
According to WWD, the 22-piece collection features necklaces, rings and earrings based on the model's tattoos and an anchor, a star and a crescent moon feature among the designs.
Sold online and through luxury department store Harrods in the UK, the line ranges in price from £400 and £40,000.
Meanwhile, Kate also made her return to the Parisian catwalk this week when she closed the Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2012 show - headed up by designer Marc Jacobs, a close friend of the star - wearing a white laser-cut feathered mini-dress.
The likes of Nicole Richie, Uma Thurman and US Vogue editor Anna Wintour turned out to see Kate walk the runway for Louis Vuitton for the first time since she caused a stir at the autumn/winter 2011 show by smoking a cigarette while walking down the catwalk wearing tiny leather hotpants.