The brand launches an exclusive capsule collection with

By Kate Hogan
Updated September 27, 2011 07:00 PM

Courtesy MiH Jeans

Though autumn doesn’t seem like it’s ready to arrive just yet, the season’s clothes certainly have — and we’re falling hard. Take for instance MiH Jeans’s exclusive new autumn/winter 2011 capsule collection for, a line of non-denim looks that includes cozy cords and cotton and silk-blend jersey turtlenecks in a variety of warm hues.

“I was particularly inspired by Julie Christie and Annie Hall; the understated sophistication of their uptown/downtown style that stood the test of time,” MiH creative director Chloe Lonsdale said in a release. “We really wanted to capture the essence of that chic gamine vibe and tap into the mood of the season, while also offering an approachable way to wear these trends.”

Highlights of the collection include a sleek burgundy corduroy blazer ($315), charming navy, burgundy and mustard turtlenecks with buttons down the back ($145), plus standard corduroy pants in burgundy and bronze ($200).

The British brand — loved by stars like Gwyneth Paltrow, Liv Tyler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Jessica Alba — plans to keep the collection on Net-A-Porter‘s virtual shelves until it sells out, so shop your favorites soon.