The prolific designer has been busy signing collaboration deals with eminent British clothing brands and retailers like Whistles and Debenhams, reported Vogue.
According to Vogue, the designer is set to launch a one-off seven-piece women’s wear collection, which includes a range of apparels and other accessories, in partnership with the British clothing brand Whistles.
The ensembles, featuring the designer’s signature style cheeky slogans, will be available in nearly 40 Whistles’ stores across Britain from November 6, 2012 onwards.
Lupfer’s collection for Whistles includes silk heart-printed pyjamas, warm knit gloves, cashmere jumpers, hats and scarves,
The designer has also created a new collection for little girls between the ages of 4 to 14 in collaboration with the British retailer Debenhams.
Created jointly with the famous model and TV personality Donna Air, the collection named ‘Donna & Markus by Markus Lupfer’ will be unveiled on 26th November 2012.
The childrenwear range features a variety of knitwear, sweatshirts, T-shirts and leggings.
Lupfer’s avant-garde creations are being favoured by popular international celebrities like Madonna, Beyonce, Rhianna, Olivia Palermo, Lydia Hearst, Alexa Chung, Florence Welch, Edie Campbell, Anna Friel and Blake Lively.
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