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Trilogy celebrates with Tucker blouses

Women’s denim indie Trilogy has collaborated with US contemporary womenswear brand Tucker on an exclusive range of blouses to mark the retailer’s fifth anniversary.

The blouses, created by Tucker designer Gaby Basora, will go into Trilogy’s three London stores in August. They feature Tucker’s signature print designs and come in four styles, each retailing at £245.

Basora said: “Trilogy presented me with a wonderful opportunity to design prints specific to the London neighbourhoods in which its stores are located. It was a great point of inspiration. This project allowed me to delve into the specific personality of each place.”

Designs include The Marylebone, a bold print in bright colours, and The Kensington, featuring a print in pale pearl and pastel shades.

“The prints truly reflect the diversity of our locations and our London customers,” said Trilogy founder Lesley Torson.

Tucker was set up in 2005 by Basora. It has more than 200 stockists globally including Bloomingdale’s in the US. Its 19 UK stockists include indies Matches and Donna Ida.

Trilogy, which opened its first store in September 2006, has three stores, in Chelsea, Marylebone and Kensington. A fourth will open in Hampstead in September. Denim brands stocked include J Brand,

7 For All Mankind and Hudson, as well as contemporary ready-to-wear labels including Sonia Rykiel and American Vintage.

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