The partnership is part of the latest incarnation of the brand’s “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” historical travel-themed exhibition.
The designer will work with the British Fashion Council and fashion students in the U.K. to create a capsule collection for spring 2018.
The line will bow at Pitti Uomo and Milan Men’s Fashion Week in January 2018.
The site, which carries sizes 10 to 20, offers runway fashions by Michael Kors, Prabal Gurung, Marchesa, Badgley Mischka, La Ligne and more.
Family, fashion and charity were among her main interests.
The Bleecker Street store will convert to all men’s and Farfetch will handle e-commerce around the world.
The resort 2018 shows featured more than 80 brands from Australia, New Zealand and China.