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Katie Eary for River Island

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If you're acquainted with Katie Eary's work (giant lobsters, bold prints and bright pink street wear), then you'll be pleased to know that she is set to launch a collection for high street store River Island.

The 18-piece range will be in stores in February 2014 and will include maxi dresses in animal prints, skirts with thigh-high splits, dipped-hem T-shirts and blouses with billowing sleeves. Accessories will include heavily fringed suede bags, gold feather hooped earrings and statement chokers.

While she's worked predominantly on menswear, including working with Kanye West, she's be known to have women walk for her at her menswear shows and has started to introduce womenswear into her recent collections.

Her collaboration is part of the River Island Design Forum and she's taken her inspiration from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

Prices range from £15 to £120.

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