Supermodel Coco Rocha's first fashion line makes streetwear accessible

CO+CO by Coco Rocha is the international supermodel's first ready-to-wear line for spring/summer 2016.

Coco Rocha's streetwear line, created in partnership with Los Angeles-based Paragon Project -- a fashion house known for creating contemporary womenswear, is designed to be accessible to the modern woman.

"I'm thrilled to bring this collection to life, and to fulfill a dream of mine to help make the couture aesthetic I love and enjoy within the reach of chic and savvy women everywhere," said Rocha.

Priced from $80-$300, the architecture inspired collection features looks that break the mold of modern streetwear. This collection has structured silhouettes similar to COS but with hints of vibrant colors and patterns for the daring woman on-the-go. Digital prints, glitches and geometric lines adorn quite a few of the collection's looks as well as bright blues, pinks, corals and slivers of green.

"In my career I've had the good fortune to spend the last 13 years working with the most prolific artists in the industry," said Rocha, who previously designed a line exclusively for HSN called Modern Princess by Coco Rocha.

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"Watching and observing them work has been the greatest fashion education. It has given me a keen appreciation for design and allowed me to really hone in on my own point of view."

CO+CO by Coco Rocha will be sold on her namesake site, and in stores in the U.S. and overseas.

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