Agyness Deyn working on fashion line

Sunday, February 9th, 2014. Filed under: Beauty & Style Entertainment Home & Garden
British model Agyness Deyn ©AFP PHOTO/Shaun Curry

British model Agyness Deyn
©AFP PHOTO/Shaun Curry

(Relaxnews) – The British model is set to unveil a new contemporary womenswear line called Title A.

Agyness Deyn, one of fashion’s most profitable faces over the last decade, has created a new fashion line aimed squarely at the contemporary market. The model and former face of Giorgio Armani and Burberry will present four collections a year. Deyn previously worked for a number of seasons on capsule clothing and shoe collections with footwear and lifestyle brand Dr Martens.

The debut Title A line for Fall 2014 features plenty of velvets, brocade prints, wide-lapel blazers and tailoring and workwear-inspired jackets and coats.

According to a report in WWD, the collection will be sold via the Title A website with prices starting from $100 for the cropped t-shirt and topping out at $625 for the wool coats. There are also future plans to move the collection into stores.


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