Topshop Announces Colorful Meadham Kirchhoff Collab

This isn’t Meadham Kirchhoff’s first time at the Topshop collaboration rodeo, but it may be the most spirited.  The London-based label is pairing up with the fast-fashion giant again for a whimsical collection of clothing and accessories, set to hit store shelves on Nov. 21st.  Designers Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff’s rule-breaking aesthetic is in full-effect with a line infused with colorful, fun and flirty pieces like mohair jumpers, glittery ruby platforms with marshmallow heels, and frilly baby-doll dresses.

The duo’s 2010 collection for Topshop was elegant and ghostly,  reminiscent of a stylishly tricked-out Miss Havisham — all deconstructed jackets, floaty little dresses and oversized girlish tees, but this one — sitting at a super-sized 80-pieces — is expected to sit on a more modern spectrum, taking it’s inspiration from a fictional glam rock band quirkily dubbed, “The Cherrys.”

With the recent arrival of Kate Bosworth’s second turn at a Topshop collection, and the reveal that uber-model Kate Moss is also planning a sophomore effort with the store, we can be assured that fast-fashion’s love affair with collaborating is far from over — and that news will likely keep you warm all winter long.

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