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Harvey Nichols adds womenswear from Tim Coppens
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Feb '15
Tim Coopens/c: WWD
Tim Coopens/c: WWD
English department store chain Harvey Nichols will now sell womeswear pieces from Belgian-born New York-based designer Tim Coppens.

According to WWD, the retail company, which earlier was selling only menswear from the Antwerp-based Royal Academy of Fine Arts’ grad, has added a 12-piece 1990s music inspired offering for women to its product folio.

Drawing inspiration from the lead singer of alternative English rock band Stone Roses, Ian George Brown, the women’s line is an extension of the label’s main men’s range.

Replete with both streetwear and athleticwear tailoring elements, the collection is made using signature prints and constructive fabrics similar to the mainline along with a luxurious incorporation of more flowing materials including pure wool, silk and nylon.

Coppens has worked with various luxury and sports-performance brands like Adidas and Ralph Lauren before founding his eponymous label. His products are sold at Barneys New York, Dover Street Market, Isetan, Club 21, Harvey Nichols UK, Mr Porter and Lane Crawford. (PB)

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