Kate Moss Not Designing Tween Clothing Line for Debenhams

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Rumor patrol: We're told Kate Moss is not working with her daughter on a tween line.

When it comes to models-turned-designers, Kate Moss is no newbie.

Her now-defunct Topshop label is the stuff of legend. She also created a line of handbags for Longchamp and has a fine jewelry line for Fred.

But the tween market? That’s one the super hasn’t touched … yet.

According to reports, Moss is working with 9-year-old daughter Lila Grace on a clothing collection geared toward girls of a certain age for U.K. department store Debenhams.

"Lila has always loved trying on Kate's clothes and make-up and is already really into fashion," a source said

"It was mainly Lila's idea and mum Kate will obviously help out as much as possible, using her contacts to land a deal,” the source continued.

But don't hold your breath for that epic mother-daughter collaboration just yet.

"No, this is false," a Debenhams rep told FashionEtc via email:

"I think the [reports are] referring to Iris and Edie by FrostFrench—a new lounge wear line developed by Sadie Frost and Jemima French, with the inspiration coming from their daughters, Iris and Edie."

Sorry, tweens (and, um, petite ladies).

Looks like we'll be getting our fix with Kate Moss's Rimmel London lipstick line ...