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Lionsgate has announced that will release a clothing line inspired by the futuristic designs worn in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire that will be timed with the film’s release this fall. It will give fans a chance to dress like Katniss Everdeen and the other characters in Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games universe.
The studio said it is working with Net-a-Porter, a luxury fashion site to launch Capital Couture by Trish Summerville, a collection of clothing and accessories inspired by Summerville’s designs for the Hunger Games sequel. “Created by the film’s multi award-winning costume designer Trish Summerville, Capitol Couture features laser-cut leather, streamlined silhouettes and dramatic eveningwear,” Net-a-Porter notes.
“Fashion plays an important role in The Hunger Games series and is especially prevalent in Catching Fire,” Net-a-Porter fashion director Holli Rogers said in a statement, reports Entertainment Weekly. Fans of the franchise will see the film reference in the collection.”
Catching Fire is Summerville’s first film in the Hunger Games franchise and she’s best known for working on David Fincher’s films. Her designs for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo inspired an H&M line.
The jewelry and clothing will be available this fall. Catching Fire is slated for release on Nov. 22 and stars Liam Hemsworth and Jennifer Lawrence. TheWrap notes that it is the most anticipated film of the fall, based on a Fandango survey.