Karlie Kloss Stars in Topshop Film

Debate time: Who's having a bigger fashion moment right now—Karlie Kloss, Topshop, or Love and Rockets?

All three come together in Nick Knight's new film celebrating a decade of Topshop's NEWGEN program—which Sir Philip Green just announced he will be renewing—and collaborations with British designers like Mary Katrantzou.

In fact, Katrantzou's printed Pheasant Dream minidress (in stores now!) is one of the select designs Kloss models in the sassy short soundtracked by a remastered version L&R's "Love is the Drug." (Between this and the Marni at H&M commercial, Bryan Ferry must be on cloud nine.)

After getting the retro June Cleaver treatment in Americana Manhasset's Spring 2012 campaign, Kloss unveils another series of dramatic makeovers as she showcases past collaborations from Marios Schwab, Ashish, David Koma, Richard Nicoll, Christopher Kane, and Meadham Kirchhoff.

From inky black Jane Birkin locks paired with Kane's acid green number, to Koma's backless black body-con dress, to a flossy, pink-meets-platinum wig, the model gives every look her own sexy spin, all while flashing her ridiculously sculpted abs. (That should put those Vogue Italia rumors to rest.)

Here's to 10 years of fab frocks! We're so ready for Round Two.