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Naomi Watts unveils first fashion collection

Published 16/11/2016

Naomi Watts
Naomi Watts

Naomi Watts has teamed with Australian brand Sportscraft on an 11-piece capsule collection.

Naomi Watts has made her design debut with a capsule collection for Australian brand Sportscraft.

Known for both her flawless red carpet glamour and relaxed off duty look, Naomi has channelled her style credentials into her very first fashion collection. She’s teamed with fashion and lifestyle label Sportscraft on the 11-piece The Nomad line, made up of classics like shirts, dresses and shorts, all in white.

“It’s really inspired by summer. I love white as it’s usually a sign that summer is here. It works well on beach days and is just as stylish at night for parties,” she told sportscraft.com.au.

“I chose fabrics like silk and linen because they keep you cool on long summer days. I have also focused on easy pieces that travel well and don't need much accessorising or styling as summer is often the perfect time to travel.”

Naomi was born in England, but mostly grew up in Australia, and her designs reflect the summer weather currently being enjoyed Down Under.

Prior to the collaboration, the 48-year-old had worked as a brand ambassador for Sportscraft, so the move to start designing came about naturally.

“I love fashion, so working with Sportscraft at this level was a new adventure for me and I loved the creative process. I enjoyed thinking about different fabrics, shapes and the details for this collection, like the embroidery,” she explained.

Prices range from $98 (£78) for a panama hat, to $195 (£157) for an embroidered hem dress.

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