Nakisha Williams
January 24, 2013 AT 11:05 PM EST

Now you can add some Southfork style to your wardrobe, thanks to a new clothing collection inspired by TNT’s soapy reboot of Dallas.

Tomorrow marks the launch of the HSN Dallas boutique, a curated line of head-to-toe looks inspired by Ewing grand dame Sue Ellen (Linda Gray), and Dallas 2.0 characters Ann Ewing (Brenda Strong), Rebecca Sutter (Julie Gonzalo), Elena Ramos (Jordana Brewster).

The products, which were all selected by the show’s costume designer, Rachel Sage Kunin, include clothing, jewelry and accessories from HSN celebrity lines from Jessica Simpson, IMAN and, Serena Williams, and merchandise from the multi-platform retailer’s designer brands, including Ranjana Kahn, Vince Camuto, Carlos Falchi and Sam Edelman.

In addition to the Texas chic outfits inspired by Sue Ellen, one of the show’s staple trends — denim — is well represented in the collections for the younger characters. “Denim epitomizes Americana, especially the Old West. It plays a very important role on Dallas,” Kunin told EW last fall. “Much of the show takes place on the infamous Southfork Ranch, and denim is an inherent part of that culture.”

The Dallas boutique opens tomorrow on the recently relaunched Dallas returns for a second season on Monday, January 28, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) on TNT.

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