The first collection of denim brand Koral’s new lead designer is set to hit stores in the US and internationally in time for the New Year.

Koral look for s/s 2015
Koral look for s/s 2015
The spring 2015 offering was designed by Nicole King Burroughs, who recently joined the California-based brand after serving as as design director of Gap’s 1969 Denim Vintage Collection. A graduate of Parsons The New School for Design, Burroughs also previously worked at Ralph Lauren, 7 for All Mankind, Rich and Skinny, DWP and Ever Worldwide.

The new collection is meant to evoke sexy tomboys and includes key pieces such as a chambray romper, a rayon gabardine utilitarian dress. Bermuda shorts, denim mini skirts and a denim utility jacket. “"The path of this brand is inspiring,” Burroughs said in a statement to introduce the collection. “It takes my love of sophisticated sportswear and luxurious fabrics and weaves it into the most compelling denim collection I have worked on yet.”

The Koral brand launched in 2012; its jeans retail for $160 to $240.