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Todd Lynn designs capsule collection for Debenhams

Canadian designer Todd Lynn has created a 12-piece collection for Designers at Debenhams, which is due to go on sale in October.

Lynn, known for his rock ‘n’ roll-inspired clothing, has joined the department store as part of its “Edition” concept, which aims to introduce up and coming talent to its designer strategy.

Recent signings include tailor Patrick Grant, from Saville Row’s E Tautz, and milliner Stephen Jones.

The Debenhams collection will include outerwear, knitwear, leather and denim in keeping with Lynn’s tailored style. The range, which will start at £55, aims to strike a balance between luxury fabrics and high street pricing. It will launch in 20 stores and online on October 21.

Suzanne Harlow, group trading director at Debenhams, said: “[Lynn] is the perfect candidate to join our Edition concept, evolving and complimenting the existing collections with his sharp tailoring and exquisite leather pieces to inject excitement for the autumn season.”

Lynn added: “We’ve put together the perfect capsule range, encompassing cool, luxurious winter essentials – the leather skirt, the beautiful wool winter coat, the soft leather jacket, the jeans, the dress.”

Lynn, who started his career with Roland Mouret, launched his own label in 2006.

He has dressed Bono, Mike Jagger and The Klaxons and is a regular at London Fashion Week. He will design a minimum of four seasons for the department store.

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