Liberty Ross says the Westwood-esque tartan fabrics in her debut collection for LA-based denim brand Genetic were inspired by spending time with the legendary Brit-born designer in London.
The 35-year-old model - who launched her debut fashion collection for LA-based denim brand Genetic on Net-A-Porter last month - says the tartan fabrics used in the line were a nod to the legendary Brit-born designer, who she spent time working with in the past.
Liberty said of the six-piece line, entitled 'Liberty Ross x Genetic Denim Collection': ''The plaid is more kind of my London days - Vivienne Westwood. Punk. And the print is more my high-fashion glamour edge, slightly disco-inspired.''
She added: ''I've been so lucky and fortunate to have worked with the greatest fashion people of our era. I was working with Karl Lagerfeld and John Galliano and Vivienne Westwood, so I've always had an eye for design.''
The raven-haired beauty also admitted she had a new found respect for designers after experiencing the hard work involved in creating her own collection.
She recently told Elle magazine: ''I've learnt a lot about structuring things and have become even more respectful of all these designers - I don't know how they do so many collections back to back. It's SUCH a lot of work!''
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