Kate Moss brought London’s Oxford Street to a standstill in 2007 when the supermodel posed at Topshop’s flagship store to launch her clothing collection.Hundreds of shoppers lined Europe’s busiest retail street, trying to get their hands on the Moss range in the 90,000 square-foot emporium, a retail sensation buzzing with a mix of clothing, food stalls and live DJ tunes.Now the music has stopped and Oxford Street is once again at a standstill. Topshop closed its doors in January, possibly for…



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