Claudia Schiffer has designed a capsule collection for Tse.
The 44-year-old supermodel has teamed up with the knitwear label to produce a line of 17 cashmere and wool-blend pieces, including dresses, cardigans, sweaters, pants and capes in a variety of weights and stitches, reports WWD.
The collection - which was inspired by photographs taken by the iconic artist David Hockney in the seventies - is also a nod to Claudia's German upbringing as well as her love of her home in the English countryside.
She said: "[It's] anchored by my German heritage and inspired by the pebble beaches, beautiful sunsets and Fair Isles worn by our local fishermen."
The brand's creative director Tina Lutz added: "We wanted to create a range of pieces that can easily be intermixed into our customer's current wardrobe.
"Claudia's designs were a natural fit with Tse's aesthetic and her effortless style is apparent with each piece."
Tina recently met up with Claudia in London to put the finishing touches to the collection, which is set to hit stores this autumn.
It isn't the first time the blonde beauty has tried her hand at design.
The mum of three also launched her own eponymous knitwear label in 2011.