When Net-A-Porter Met The Hunger Games… An Incredible Capsule Collection Was Born

Net-A-Porter has partnered with Trish Summerville to create a Hunger Games-inspired collection

Net-A-Porter has teamed up with Trish Summerville to create an exclusive 19-piece capsule collection inspired by Hunger Games: Catching Fire. And it launches tomorrow…

Just like the rest of the world, the luxury online retailer has been struck by Jennifer Lawrence‘s character Katniss and her kick-ass wardrobe.

And so they’ve stolen the Hollywood francise’s mega-talented costume designer, Trish, to come up with some fierce, fashionable and affordable creations of their own. Genius.

The Capitol Couture collection features a gorgeous host of ready-to-wear pieces, including a metallic laser-cut dress, leather bomber jacket, silk and leather jumpsuit, slogan tees and jewellery with arrow detailing.

With prices starting at just £60, there are The Hunger Games-inspired buys for everyone.

But with the hot new drop launching on November 21 (tomorrow), just in time for the film’s worldwide release on November 22, you’d better be quick as we predict a sell-out.

‘Our customers take their style cues from myriad sources, from the latest runway shows and street trends to TV and film’, fashion director of Net-A-Porter, Holli Rogers, explains of the hot new collection.

‘Fashion plays an important role in The Hunger Games series and is especially prevalent in Catching Fire, and fans of the franchise will see the film reference in the collection.’

This isn’t Summerville’s first foray into mainstream fashion, either. The costume creative previously partnered with H&M to design a capsule collection inspired by The Girl With the Dragon Tattoos anti-heroine Lisbeth Salander in 2011.

Also available to buy alongside her Katniss-inspired creations will be the official Lucas Hugh training gear from the action film. They’re truly spoiling us!

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