L'Wren Scott has joined forces with retailer Banana Republic for her debut high street collection, which will hit stores in December.
L'Wren Scott has teamed up with Banana Republic.
The 49-year-old designer is working with the retailer to launch her first ever high street collection, a 50-piece range which will mix her classic glamour with the brand's relaxed, sporty vibe.
L'Wren said: ''Through this collection, we were able to bring our shared vision to life and the end result is a capsule we're both so proud to call our own.
''It beautifully combines the ultra-feminine with wearable polish and will bring a sexy confidence to our consumers.''
Banana Republic are pleased with the collaboration and believe L'Wren - who is in a relationship with Sir Mick Jagger - has created clothes which will appeal to every woman.
Simon Kneen, the retailer's creative director and executive vice president of design, told Vogue magazine: ''L'Wren really understands what a woman loves and wants to wear. Her knack for bringing imaginative versatility and femininity to classic design is something that immediately brought us together as creatives.
''We share an appreciation for genuine luxury, beautiful fabrics and unexpected details. The designs created for this collection bring a modern approach to pieces you will love forever.''
The collection will feature fitted jackets, jeans adorned with flower prints, classic shift dresses and blouses and is due to arrive in selected stores and online on December 5.
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