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If you've ever, in a moment of solitude, thought to yourself, "Hey, I wonder how Harry Styles would dress if he were a lady?" you likely realized two things. First, that you maybe shouldn't have taken a second bite of that weed brownie, and second, that a lady Harry Styles probably wouldn't dress much differently from actual Harry Styles.
But now, thanks to Kate Moss's new collection for Equipment, we know exactly how a female Harry would dress. The answer? In absolutely everything from the supermodel's 25-piece line. Available now on Net-a-Porter, the collab includes elements of classic British rocker style — black jeans, skinny scarves, leopard and lightning bolt prints — that look good on both men and women.
As far as prices go, blouses and dresses are mostly between $230 and $350, leopard-print silk pajama sets are $270-$290 apiece, skinny scarves $80, and the sole blazer is $600.
Below, a few of the most Styles-esque items:
Washed-silk leopard print shirt, $300
"Warren" stretch-twill skinny pant, $220
"Wynne" satin trimmed wool-twill blazer, $600
"Bria" silk crepe de chine scarf, $80
"Ryder" printed cashmere sweater, $320
"Daddy" metallic silk-chiffon shirt, $320
Shop the full 25-piece collection here.