In recent years, fashion collaborations have become pretty huge and exciting. With more and more retailers snagging high-fashion brands or A-list celebrities designing for them, the fashion world is always anticipating the reveal of the next great collaboration.
It’s no wonder that when brands like H&M team up with the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Versace, or most recently, Isabel Marant, people line up overnight just to get their hands on a piece from the limited-edition collaborations. Allowing ultra-luxe brands to merge with more affordable retailers to bring their designs to the masses, enables less lavish spenders to get a little taste of luxury.
But it’s not always about bringing a luxury price-point down; some fashion collaborations are pretty pricey, think Louis Vuitton’s Stephen Sprouse-designed graffiti collection. Sometimes adding in a fresh perspective, fun new pattern or totally unique aesthetic elevates the brand –and their designs– to get consumers excited about something fresh. Plus, anything that is limited edition is always highly coveted in fashion, and these designer collaborations are certainly not around forever.
Lucky for us, 2014 is bursting with amazing design duos, from high-end to ultra affordable. Find everything you need to know about the top fashion collaborations out now, or hitting stores soon, to stay fashionable all season long.
10 Valentino Garavani for Havaianas
9 Sarah Jessica Parker for Nordstrom
8 Adidas Originals for Topshop
7 Ricardo Tisci for Nike
6 Pharell for Adidas
5 Zooey Deschanel for Tommy Hilfiger
4 Sophia Webster for J.Crew
3 Marimekko for Banana Republic
2 Otswald Helgason for Aldo Rise
1 Kate Moss for Topshop
At 40 years old, one of the world’s greatest supermodels doesn't plan on stepping down any time soon. Kate Moss has already walked the runway for countless designers, but now she’s going behind the scenes in another collaboration with Topshop that’s got everyone talking. The model has already designed for the London-based store, from May 2007 to November 2010, and is finally back after a four-year hiatus. Working with stylist Katy England and Topshop creative director Kate Phelan, Moss’ personal wardrobe will serve as inspiration to the 40-piece collection. Given that a supermodel wardrobe is chalk-full of style, this collaboration is guaranteed to be good. Find the Kate Moss approved womenswear, swimwear; accessories and footwear in stores come April.
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