David Koma will design his own collection for Topshop.
He said: "Topshop signifies youth and modernity and its spirit evokes 'cool London'. It was really exciting to work with the Topshop team as I felt they understood me as a designer and appreciated my need to make a high quality product without compromising the design aesthetic, quality of fabric or finishing. They helped make my vision a reality and I'm thrilled with the result."
Prices for the range - of which just 30 pieces of each of the five styles will be made available - will start at £100 and include a backless fitted dress and a metal tube waist belt and a sleeveless halter-neck dress made from wool.
Topshop's senior buyer, Rachel Proud said: "David epitomises the directional but feminine look that appeals to our Topshop girl. It was important for the collection to stay true to the luxe element of his work, and to do this we needed to use premium fabrics and his signature shapes and metalwork. Fans of David's work will not be disappointed."
David shot to fame in 2007 when he won Central Saint Martins' Best Womenswear Collection.