Newson aimed for his Spring Summer 2016 garments for the Dutch brand to be a set of wardrobe staples that would work together without too much thought.
"It started with sort of an obsession that I have of not having to think too much in the morning – you know, when you get dressed," said Newson, who also joined Apple's design team in 2014.
"And this idea that you could just go to your wardrobe and sort of pull out a bunch of things, and you knew that they were all going to work together."
Newson has worked with G-Star RAW on biannual collections for 12 years. On the collaboration's 10th anniversary, he told Dezeen that "most industrial designers don't have a clue about fashion".
"It comes back to this idea of a uniform," said Newson, "which was always an underlying philosophy in all of the collections that we've done."
The latest capsule collection includes reinterpretations of some of his previous G-Star garments with leather details.
His collared popper-fastened Coach jacket now comes a range of fabrics and variations.
A set of Newson's five-pocket slim jeans are made from selvedge denim, which is woven on shuttle looms in Japan.
The range also features jersey T-shirts, three-quarter-sleeve tops and sweatshirts with motifs in graphic handwriting, patterned with a print called Rain Storm.
Newson's Spring Summer 2016 collection was released in stores from January 2016. The designer is also due to release a limited edition of G-Star's Elwood jeans later this year, to celebrate the style's 20th anniversary.
Newson has famously tried his hand at designing almost everything. His recent products include a range of colourful kitchen appliances, a limited-edition silver tea service with handles made from mammoth tusks, and a set of pens for Montblanc.