Trish Summerville Collaborates With Net-A-Porter For “The Hunger Games” Inspired Clothing Line

“The Hunger Games” costume designer, Trish Summerville, has teamed up with luxury retailer Net-A-Porter to create a clothing line that is inspired by the action movie starring Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth.

“The Hunger Games” costume designer, Trish Summerville, has teamed up with luxury retailer Net-A-Porter to create a clothing line that is inspired by the action movie starring Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth. But this isn’t Summerville’s first time making her film costumes available for the everyday-woman. She worked with H&M in 2011 to produce a clothing line based on the movie, “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.” Film studio, Lionsgate, announced that Summerville would create “The Hunger Games” collection, Capitol Couture. Capitol Couture was created as a website to promote the first film. It featured photos of the cast dressed in couture gowns for the ladies and suits for the men. Summerville plans to bring those costumes to life with her collaboration with Net-A-Porter. According to the Net-A-Porter site, fans should expect “laser-cut leather, streamlined silhouettes, and dramatic eveningwear.” The Capitol Couture collection will include 16 ready-to-wear pieces, leather goods and jewelry. The collection will go on sale in November, which is the same month “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” will come out in theaters.

Capitol Couture

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