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Agyness Deyn launches menswear-style womenswear Title A
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Aug '14
courtesy: Title A
courtesy: Title A
After the official announcement in February, 2014, the English fashion model, actress and singer Agyness Deyn has finally debuted her much-awaited menswear-inspired women’s fashion line Title A for the online luxury shopping destination Net-a-Porter.

Replete with androgynous looks, the range is a mix of both formalwear and some well cut wardrobe staples, all based on a muted palette of neutral and crimson hues.

Created in partnership with Deyn’s sister Emily and her friend Tracy Moore, the collection features man-style Oxford shirts, boxy suits, oversized chesterfield pinstriped wool coats and corduroy tapered pants.

The range also includes some essentially feminine pieces like a pillar jacquard midi skirt, a silk-velvet draped blouse, a figure hugging knee-length number with a side slit and an array of silk dresses and nightshirts.

With plans to grow into a wholesale business, selling clothing, leatherwear and fashion accessories, in future, Title A will release four collections every year.

The 31-year-old designer Agyness Deyn has earlier designed fashion collections for British footwear brand Dr. Martens.

Launched in 2000, Net-a-Porter offers a range of latest women's designer clothing and accessories from over 350 international labels.

Operational for more than fifty years, Dr. Martens specializes in a range of shoe care, clothing and luggage products.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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