Designer-high street collaborations are always fun, but a new Topshop collaboration is particularly exciting. From J.W. Anderson to Christopher Kane, Topshop always works with the coolest kids on the fashion block.
Today, designers Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff, of offbeat London label Meadham Kirchhoff, are presenting their fourth collection for the retailer in stores. The collection consists of 80 pieces—from multi-colored faux fur gilets, to pink satin elbow-length gloves, little-girl princess shoes, and red plastic shorts with frills at the seams—all inspired by fictional girl group, The Cherrys. Each Cherry—Cherry Cherie, Cherry Satanika, Cherry Pikka, and Cherry Blossom—has a personality represented by her clothes, but what they have in common is a rebellious sprit.
Citing Marilyn Manson and glam rock as inspirations, the designers say that the collection is made to be mixed and matched, “for an customer to adapt or reject as they see fit.”
MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF FOR TOPSHOP IS AVAILABLE STARTING TODAY, NOVEMBER 21. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT THE TOPSHOP WEBSITE.
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