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Freja Without Borders

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Freja Beha Erichsen After a long break from the fashion spotlight, Freja Beha Erichsen is making quite the comeback. In addition to returning to the runway—ICYMI, she opened Nicolas Ghesquière’s first show for Louis Vuitton at Paris fashion week—Erichsen has teamed up with Zadig & Voltaire to design a new capsule collection. A first look at the simple, androgynous line debuts exclusively here. “I wanted to do something very wearable that was in the spirit of Zadig & Voltaire,” Erichsen told Style.com. “Since I had previously done jeans and pants [through a collaboration with Mother Denim], I thought it made sense to focus on a few tees, jackets, and a bag.”

The tissue-thin shirts, distressed jackets, and leather duffels are marked with an “F” (for Freja) and “87″ (for her year of birth). They embody Erichsen’s effortless, minimal style—but this isn’t just about copping her look. Forty percent of the profits will be donated to Medecins Sans Frontieres (aka Doctors Without Borders), an independent association that provides medical assistance to populations in need around the world. The collection imagery, lensed by Terry Richardson, debuts exclusively here.

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Erichsen has traveled extensively with MSF, most recently to Kenya. “It was incredible to see the amount of lives they touch,” she said. “Meeting with the passionate staff and patients was a truly incredible and humbling experience. I feel very lucky to be able to make these collaborations and approach a subject like this from my perspective and hopefully raise some awareness about wonderful organizations like MSF.”

Erichsen certainly has a lot on her plate right now, and we couldn’t help but inquire about her next move. But her lips were sealed. “One never knows what the future brings. I think that’s the exciting part of it all,” she said. “But you might see more ideas to benefit MSF.”

The Freja Meets Zadig & Voltaire collection will be available in Zadig & Voltaire stores and at Zadig-et-Voltaire.com this April.

Photos: Terry Richardson; Courtesy of Zadig & VoltaireĀ 

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