After taking a five-year break from modeling to focus more on her acting career, Deyn has launched her own clothing line called Title A in the midst of all of that.
Title A is a feminist-inspired collection with a lot of androgynous influence. The collection features several looks in neutral tones such as masculine oxford shirts and oversized wool coats. For the more feminine approach to the collection, there are some fitted silk dresses and silk and velvet blend shirts.
“We started craving the simplicity of style, the classics, including really good fabrics, and wanted to be able to give all this to younger women and older women for a price that’s really affordable,” Deyn says. The pinstriped wool coat is going for $450 and the shirts are $215 a pop.
But this is not the first time Deyn has made her mark in the fashion industry. She collaborated with Dr. Martens back in 2012 with her sister Emily and her friend, Tracy Moore. They also helped her with the Title A Collection.
This clothing line is a great representation of Deyn and it’s a reflection of her own personal style. The androgynous inspiration is a great way to celebrate women and feminism.
– Jaleesa Key
Source: TheCut, Vogue Australia
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