Models foraying into design isn't anything new. Kate Moss is probably the most successful example with her now ended partnership with Topshop and more recently Rosie Huntington-Whiteley made the transition by designing a lingerie collection for Marks & Spencer. And by the sounds of it, Dree Hemingway might follow suit soon too.
Talking to Grazia at the Ermanno Scervino show, she revealed that she'd actually been working on a collection not too long ago. 'Last year, I was working on my own lingerie line but then modelling took over and I didn' want to do anything half-heartedly,' she explained. In terms of a fashion line, the aesthetic of anything she would come out with would have a menswear focus. 'I love that '70s vibe - unbleached fabrics, oversized trousers - and I have a book of '70s climbers wearing perfectly dishevelled outfits in California so that would be inspiration.'