Wren and Leith Clark Design a Kirsten Dunst-Worthy Collection

Did you enjoy watching Wren's campaign films Beware of Young Girls (starring Tavi Gevinson) and What’s Up? (directed by Gia Coppola)? Then you're going to love the label's upcoming capsule collection, just announced in WWD this morning and set to launch this fall. Like both fashion films, the line is a collaboration between the brand's designer, Melissa Coker, and Leith Clark, the stylist and editor-in-chief of Lula magazine.

The collection will reportedly include include dresses, coats and separates, each featuring patterns by artists Mercedes Helnwein and Fanny Gentle to "combine Wren’s signature usage of bold prints with Clark’s '60s-inspired style." Even more exciting, Kirsten Dunst, a buddy and client of Leith's, also stars in the lookbook. The WWD release included one teaser image—check it out at left—and oh man, it's a good one. We can't wait to see the rest. (And in the meantime, let's tide ourselves over with some new red lipstick, because doesn't this picture make you reeeeallly want some?)

Image via WWD

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