Kate Moss turns jockey outfitter for Glorious Goodwood
14:39 GMT, 17 July 2012
It's been a busy month for Kate Moss.
From the news of her appearance at the Olympic closing ceremony to a cameo in George Michael's music video, there is no stopping the model.
And now it has been announced that the 34-year-old, who has designed collections for Topshop and created luggage for Longchamp, is turning her fashion expertise to jockey outfitting.
Talented: Kate Moss has had a busy month, from starring in music videos to designing jokey gear
In between her modelling assignments, Kate has designed a set of silks for her model friend Rosemary Ferguson, who will compete in the second Magolia Cup race at Glorious Goodwood.
The charity race, set to take place on August 2 – Ladies Day – will see Burberry model Edie Campbell defending her title.
Jockey: The race will see Burberry model Edie Campbell defending her title
'I'm probably mad to be returning as I can't do any better than last year but I couldn't resist a chance to be involved in such a fun experience that raises so much money for charity' said the 22-year-old, who rode to victory on Harrodian Hotshot last year.
Moss's designs, along with those by Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood, Amanda Wakeley, Sadie Frost, Luella Bartley and Pearl Lowe will be sent off to Allerton's, the leading manufacturer in racing colours, to be brought to life while designer Bella Freud has confirmed that she will be kitting out her friend Trish Simonon.
Radio personality Sara Cox, jewellery designer Phillippa Holland and singer Jade Williams will all compete against horse-mad Campbell.
Kate Moss is regular at the iconic five-day Festival Meeting, which is considered to be the sporting and social highlight of the season.