Soon you’ll be able to score Megan Fox’s signature sexy styles … without the designer price tag.
Megan Fox is teaming up with fast fashion brand Boohoo on a new collection, marking her first-ever co-designed brand collaboration.
The line — which launches Oct. 19 — will feature over 40 pieces, including curve-hugging dresses, thigh-high boots, boyfriend jeans, a retro blazer dress and even a zebra print trench coat.
“I feel like I’ve really come into my own over the past few years, especially when it comes to my personal style and this collection reflects exactly that,” Fox said in a press release.
The “Jennifer’s Body” star, 35, didn’t stop at including boyfriend jeans in the line, as the pieces also feature a special shoutout to her beau, Machine Gun Kelly.
She teased the line with an Instagram post on Monday, wearing a leather crop top and a modern varsity jacket emblazoned with “Ohio.” The star jokingly called the piece a “universally relatable letterman jacket,” adding, “Because there’s tons of other reasons to love Ohio even if your boyfriend is not the People’s Mayor of Cleveland.”
“My favorite item is going to be the Ohio jacket. Inspired by the hometown of my beloved,” she added in an interview with People.
While the line won’t include her nearly naked red carpet looks, the press release says fans can expect “bold, interchangeable day/night pieces” that “will make you feel confident and sexy throughout Fall.”
The “Transformers” star also collaborated on the line with her go-to stylist Maeve Reilly, who’s styled Fox in much-discussed looks including her skintight satin jumpsuit at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, her red-hot Met Gala debut gown and countless daring day-to-day outfits.
“Boohoo brought a lot of design ideas to me,” Fox told People. “As I was going through them, I really did very little eliminating or changing. Because it just fell in line naturally with what I was already doing with Maeve, I feel like some of these looks are things that we already had picked out for me to wear essentially, but with different designers.”
Unlike Fox’s designer wardrobe, however, the Boohoo pieces range in price from $12 to $120. The line will be available to shop at boohoo.com on Oct. 19 in US sizes 2-24.