TV stylists Trinny and Susannah are known for their razor sharp style, so it was only a matter of time before a clothing collaboration came to fruition. Teaming up with the home shopping channel QVC, Trinny and Susannah wanted to create a range which was wearable by the “average woman” and after advising them for years on their hit TV shot “What Not To Wear”, we couldn’t wait to see the results.
Trinny and Susannah spoke to the QVC blog about their plans and ideas, saying that they really wanted to do a range for “the average British woman – so above a size 12 and up to size 24.” They have decided to split women’s body shapes into three body types – a big tummy, top heavy and bottom heavy, and created the range accordingly with the notion that women can dress according to which shape suits them the best.
The line which has just officially launched used real QVC customers to model the range, reminding viewers that this is a collection designed with them and their shapes in mind. Trinny went on to say that
“We are delighted to be working with QVC, who have given us the opportunity to bring our Body Shape philosophy to this range.”
The range was something which Trinny and Susannah had wanted to work on for a long time, with the notion of the “real woman” at it’s core. The collection has been put together for women who have issues with their bodies, women who are of a certain age, and even women who have just lost a sense of who they are. The collection is both stylish and affordable, and the fact that it is more timeless rather than trend led makes it instantly accessible to everyone.
The price of the collection ranges from between £48 – £150, and is available up to a 3XL (48″ waist). We’re really quite liking some of the prints and details, but what are your opinions on the new QVC range from Trinny and Susannah?* = Lien partenaire