Fashion collaborations seem to excite everyone and this season we are in for a treat with four notable team ups. The collaborations are set to attract customers, thanks not only to the major labels involved but also thanks to the familiar names involved.
Tommy Hilfiger X Gigi Hadid
This collaboration has been in the works for a year, and now boasts a ready-to-wear-line. For her latest venture with the label called “Tommy X Gigi”, the model presents a ready-to-wear line with a sailor-chic theme. The collection is made up of cable-knit sweaters, maxi dresses, high-waist pants with button fronts, long coats, ankle boots and a wide range of accessories. The collection is now available online but will be rolled out to Tommy Hilfiger stores on September 10.
Aubade X Christian Lacroix
The lingerie brand Aubade and Christian Lacroix announced the capsule collection back in December 2015 and shared a small snippet of it just a few weeks ago. Bringing back the bold and sophisticated re-workings of Aubade’s iconic lines “Idylle Parisienne” this collaboration will be made available in two color options. For summer, the brand will launch “Princess Impériale” while “Gardénia” will be rolled out in October. The collection features several styles of bras and briefs, as well as a waist-cincher and a nightdress.
Uniqlo & Ines de la Fressange
This is not the first time that the Japanese brand has teamed up with the French model and fashion designer. The sixth such capsule collection is made up of 70 pieces we would love to have in our wardrobe for fall/winter 2016. Channeling the chic Parisian vibe that we have come to love from Ines de la Fressange, the collection focuses on three major themes. “La Femme Rive Droite,” inspired by the natural-born elegance of women in Paris’s right-bank neighborhoods, “La Femme Rive Gauche,” capturing the natural fuss-free chic of left-bank women, and “La Femme 70s,” channeling a free spirit.
H&M X Kenzo
This collection is one that we are anticipating with glee. Heading to stores on November 3, this capsule collection is H&M’s follow up to the highly successful Balmain collaboration. The collection will be made up of candy bright colors, prints and mix-and-match pieces that will be rolled out to 250 specially selected H&M stores worldwide.