With designer collections being out of reach for the most of us, we have to be thankful to Topshop for coming up with some of the best collaboration ranges on the high street. From Mary Katrantzou to Christopher Kane, the iconic store gives us all the chance to wear something by our favourite designers.

What’s more, Topshop is hugely supportive of up and coming designers, giving the designers an opportunity to present their creations from a different whilst also introducing fashion followers to fresh talent.

This month sees the launch of the newest collaboration at Topshop with Maarten Van der Horst. The Dutch designer graduated from the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem, Holland and then moved to London for his MA at the renowned Central Saint Martins; his first season collection was with Fashion East at London Fashion Week just last year.

His collection for Topshop channels inspiration from his hugely popular Spring/Summer 2012 designs. Moving away from the floral prints that dominate the high street, vibrant tropical prints are presented with boxy silhouettes that perfectly capture the ongoing trend for masculine shapes combined with feminine patterns.

Perfect for summer, the seven-piece range is bright and vibrant. Horst has designed simple oversized t-shirts and crop tops in fuchsia pink that allow the printed pieces to stand out. The Hawaiian print features on a blazer, shirt and shorts, giving you the chance to introduce one piece to your wardrobe or embrace the Hawaiian theme wholeheartedly with a suit.

The collection is now in stores; get it before it sells out.