Pippa turns fashion designer… and unveils her debut collection

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Not one to let her style icon sister do all the hard work, Pippa Middleton has just announced she’s launching her first fashion collection with established designer Tabitha Webb.

Famously breaking onto the fashion scene in the aftermath of her sister Kate's royal wedding (that bridesmaids dress certainly helped), Pippa is regularly listed as a seriously stylish celeb. Favouring British designers, the author and columnist even changed her outfit on four separate occasions while promoting her book, Celebrate, in the US: effortlessly jumping from Stella McCartney to Markus Lupfer, and from Paper London to Roksanda.

Pippa’s collaboration with Ms Webb features fun florals and a bright, feminine colour palette, meaning the pieces are just about perfect for summer social events. There's a pretty scarf too, which Pippa also models on the website; it is available in modal and cashmere as well as the silk fabric.

Pippa has said in response to the launch that she's "thrilled to collaborate with Tabitha on this project".

Tabitha Webb herself has stated: "The dress is perfect for the summer – either worn with a denim jacket and pumps for a casual look, or dressed up with heels for a special occasion."

The pieces will be available to buy on Webb’s website. Both the scarf and dress are pretty pricey (€125 and €400, respectively), but at least it’s all for a good cause: the British Heart Foundation, which Pippa has been an ambassador for since 2014, will receive all profits from the sale of the items.

Pippa is also going to be raising even more funds for the organisation by taking part in its 87km London-to-Brighton Bike Ride later this month.

Impressively, she’s already taken part in a 4,800km Race Across America challenge in aid of the charity’s research facilities.

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