FIRST LOOK: Louise Gray’s Topshop designs are revealed

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  • We bring you the first look of Louise Gray's eagerly-anticipated collection for Topshop

    It’s one of the most eagerly anticipated fashion collaborations of the season, and now we can finally bring you a first look at Louise Gray’s collection for Topshop.

    Fans of the Scottish designer’s style will be pleased to know that the six-piece fashion range carries all the hallmarks of Louise’s eponymous label – think shimmering sequins, slouchy silhouettes, fun motifs and clashing colours.

    The line, which hits stores in a few weeks, features sequined trousers, a jacket, two T-shirts, and shift and vest dresses all decorated with stripes, dots or a smiley face design that are perfect for the upcoming autumn/winter 2012 season.

    Louise can also be seen modellig the range herself in the campaign imagery complete with her signature candy floss-coloured hair plus blue eyebrows and colourful eyeshadow.


    Louise said in a statement: ‘I’m so happy to be working on a range of party dresses and T-shirts with Topshop. The dresses and tops are all totally covered in sequins and I made them to go dancing in. My mainline collections have always been about pushing optimism, colour and fun and I wanted to bring that to the Topshop collection as well. I want the Topshop girl to stay out all night in it!’

    Fans of Louise Gray will be truly spoilt later this month, because the designer will also launch her make-up range with the high street giant that’s equally as good as the clothes, trust us. Highlights include party perfect face and body glitters, electric blue liquid eyeliner, shimmering eyeshadows and nail polishes, as well as new beauty bag staples such as jet black mascara, lipsticks and cream blush.

    The Louise Gray for Topshop collection hits selected Topshop stores and the website from 23rd August with prices ranging from £6.50 for a nail varnish and going up to £200 for a sequined tunic.




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