Agyness Deyn launches Title A clothing line
The androgynous model has launched a menswear inspired clothing label
If she's not modeling, she's acting and if she's not acting, she's designing and finally, after not appearing on runways since 2009 and much speculation, the famous androgynous model, Agyness Deyn is back to release a menswear-inspired clothing line titled Title A.
After collaborating with Dr. Martens with her sister, Emily Deyn and designer, Tracy Moore, Agyness found the inspiration to create her own clothing label. "We started craving things that we wanted to wear so much, which were menswear clothes without the feminine touch that people give them sometimes, like with the darts and things like that." We couldn't agree with you more, Aggy.
She's taken inspiration from her androgynous style heroes Patti Smith, Katharine Hepburn, Diane Keaton as Annie Hall and fashion critic Cathy Horyn. The 31 year-old model also noted that her clothes are non-gender.
"It's kind of that cross between how Mick Jagger and Kurt Cobain wore women's clothes that kind of fit… Some guys actually dress more feminine than women in their tight jeans and t-shirts and things like that."
We're currently eyeing a few pieces from her Autumn Winter 2014 line including the Jennifer satin-jacquared dress £185 (approximately RM973), Boa draped matte-silk blouse for £230 (approximately RM1,210) and a Chesterfield pinstriped wool coat for £360 (approximately RM1,894). Androgyny chic, we are ready.
You can purchase her clothes at the Title A website or Net-A-Porter. Get your credit card ready, ladies. We're about to damage our bank accounts real soon.
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