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As design consultant to Topshop (remember that music-festival collection?), Kate Bosworth's winter line with the high-street brand is practically a 180 from the aesthetic of the other, famous Topshop-collaborating Kate. In fact, not a single boho piece is in sight. Instead, the Piet Mondrian-inspired fashions are stark, minimalist, modern, and sort of weird, which is just the kind of Festivus-ish thing you'll want to wear this holiday season.
Says Bosworth, "The collection is tailored and classic. Slim silhouettes are cloaked in a masculine shape, staying true to the mix of masculine/feminine balance that exists in my personal aesthetic." The 46 pieces in the collab range from $32 to $995. Click through for the full line of separates, bags, shoes, and accessories — and shop the collection online now!
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