First Look: It-Designer Mary Katrantzou’s Topshop Collection

The colorful, prints-focused range will be sold both in Topshop stores and online starting February 17.

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A look from Mary Katranzou's new collection for Topshop.
Designer Mary Katrantzou has earned a devoted following among the fashion set for her vivid, kaleidoscopic prints, and her latest range in collaboration with Topshop is far more ambitious than her previous offerings.
The new collection, which arrived online February 17, and will hit the New York store on February 29, very closely mimics her ready-to-wear collection, especially in looks like this minidress, complete with bold pattern and exaggerated silhouette.
In a release, Katrantzou said, "[Topshop has] been so supportive of my work from the very beginning and this range will be the most ambitious one we've done and the most fun! My idea behind the collaboration was to design for the Topshop girl a range that is as close to the aesthetic of my mainline as possible, with great control over the quality of design and production."
Here, a collage-print tee is layered over floral leggings from Katrantzou's collection.
Several of the looks in the 10-piece collection feature Katrantzou's signature bowl-shaped skirts.
The prints center around a certain Chinoiserie theme, inspired by everything from Ming vases to Qing Long Dynasty floral motifs.
Floral leggings from Katrantzou's Topshop collection.
Many of the prints were actually made from a digital collage of sorts.
A vivid, swirling floral pattern on a pair of blue trousers.
A mix of patterns on a bodycon dress from Katrantzou's Topshop collection.
For those intimidated by wearing a bold print, the collection also offers a chiffon scarf.
Another of Katrantzou's dresses offers an exaggerated silhouette.
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