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THREE’S COMPANY: Los Angeles clothing label Wren has teamed with stylist and Lula editor in chief Leith Clark to create a limited-edition capsule collection for fall using prints by artists Mercedes Helnwein and Fanny Gentle. It’s the second collaboration between Wren designer Melissa Coker and Clark, who partnered on two Wren films, “Beware of Young Girls” starring Tavi Gevinson and “What’s Up?” directed by Gia Coppola.
The collection, comprising dresses, coats and separates, combines Wren’s signature usage of bold prints with Clark’s Sixties-inspired style. Clark’s friend and client Kirsten Dunst appears in the look book, which was shot at her Los Angeles home by her boyfriend, actor Garrett Hedlund.
This story first appeared in the July 15, 2013 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.