Last Updated on 18th June 2010
Fashion fans will well remember us revealing last year that Mark Fast would be designing a range for Topshop, and finally, the time has come when we can begin to breathe with a little normality once again – his debut designs for the high street store have been unveiled.
The London-based designer has joined Topshop’s impressive roster of cool collaborations with hot young talent – there’s been Meadham Kirchoff, Louise Goldin Jonathan Saunders and Christopher Kane to name but a few in recent seasons – but his collection, more so than many, has been highly-anticipated for months.
And whilst we can’t get our hands on it just yet, we can at least prepare our elbows for the fashion-fuelled frenzy we’ll witness come July when it launches.
There’s just five pieces to the collection – four dresses and a skirt – but fans of the designer won’t be left disappointed. Fast’s signature fitted cob-web knit has been worked across each of the designs with that expert eye we’ve come to covet. We’re already eyeing up the black asymmetric dress, £150 (pictured)…
Prices start at £80 for the pink mini skirt which, considering the prices of his mainline collection can cost in the region of £1,000 upwards, is a comparative steal, we think you’ll agree. The collection will go on sale online and in major Topshop stores on July 7th – we suggest you put that date in your diary, we have a feeling it’ll fly off the shelves.