Here's a Good Reason to Hit Up the Mall: Duro Olowu Is Coming to JCPenney!

October 26, 2012 by Jeanine Edwards
shefinds | Style

Need another exciting collaboration to add to your calendar? Brit-based designer Duro Olowu is bringing his signature prints and patterns to a JCPenney store near you next year!

“I am proud to partner with JCPenney to create and launch this new seasonal collection,” Olowu said of his upcoming lower-priced line. “Working with JCPenney has allowed me to merge my vision of style and quality with their affordability.”

Olowu’s exquisite dresses and separates would normally set you back more than $1,000, but the Duro Olowu for JCPenney collection starts at just $10 and the most expensive piece is only $100. In addition to clothing and accessories for women, the Duro Olowu for jcp line will also include dinnerware, stationery and decor.

Duro Olowu for jcp arrives in stores in March 2013, so save the date. We’ll share more pics of the collection once they’re available.

Can’t get enough collaborations? Check out Maison Martin Margiela x H&M, the Target x Neiman Marcus holiday collection and Anna Sui’s amazing new Coach bags.



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Jeanine Edwards is a writer and editor covering fashion, beauty and shopping. She never misses a sale and is committed to good skincare. Prior to joining the SheFinds team, Jeanine worked at XO Group and InStyle. You can reach Jeanine at [email protected]

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