Giles Deacon has been revealed as the latest designer to team up with Debenhams. The British star will be joining the line-up of Designers at Debenhams which already includes Matthew Williamson, Henry Holland and HELLO! Fashion blogger Julien Macdonald.
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Giles Deacon has joined Designers at Debenhams
"The woman who wears my clothes has a playful style and loves to dress up," Giles said in a statement, speaking about what to expect from his new line. "She is fearless yet light hearted and when she puts on a piece of clothing I want her to feel amazing as well as make heads turn.
"I feel like we have made a collection that is true to my signature style, and I’m excited that we have been able to deliver a luxury look and feel at high street prices."
The new collection is modelled by fashionista Daisy Lowe, who is often spotted front row at Giles' Fashion Week presentations. "The collection is perfectly Giles, chic, beautiful tailoring, a bit of a 70s vibe from hippy dresses to incredible suiting... romantic and fun prints at an affordable price," she said. "I'm obsessed with the stunning black suit, the grey cape and the white coat. They are all such beautiful shapes and staples for any girl's wardrobe."
Daisy Lowe models the new collection
"I'm so excited to mix all the collection into my wardrobe," she added. "Wearing my boots with his dresses, a soft white T-shirt with his suit and throwing a cape or coat over whatever I'm running out the house wearing!"
The London Fashion Week favourite isn't the only designer to be joining the brand. Sienna Miller's sister Savannah, with whom she worked on label Twenty8Twelve, also featured on the list.
"I am delighted to become a part of the Designers at Debenhams offering with the launch of my new collection, Nine," she said. "The range is inspired by the eclectic and bohemian, chic way that cool girls dress and comprises of relaxed, casual separates.
"Naturally there is a particular emphasis on amazing knitwear which can be teamed with perfect jeans to embellished sequin skirts."