There are so many fabulous high/low designer collaborations this year, it’s getting hard to keep track! Here are the collections we’re coveting:
1. Jimmy Choo for H&M
This is probably the most anticipated designer collaboration of the season. Jimmy Choo has designed a line of shoes, clothing, accessories, and menswear. The line hits stores Nov. 14, but here’s a sneak peek from the lookbook.
View the rest of the looks on myfashionlife.com.
2. Rodarte for Target
While not as well-known and established as Jimmy Choo, Rodarte has quickly garnered a solid following of fashion-savvy celebrities and consumers. The collection for Target will consist of 55 pieces that are modern, feminine, and trendy. The line will be available starting Dec. 20, so save some holiday money to buy yourself a present!
See more looks in New York Magazine‘s The Cut.
3. Opening Ceremony and Keds
The result will launch at Opening Ceremony in December, and the sneakers will retail for $125 each. Here’s a preview from Style.com’s fashion blog, Stylefile. The animal print is exotic for sneakers – wear a pair with jeans and a black tank for a slightly punk rock vibe.
4. Pierre Hardy for Gap
The collection of fall boots (the designer’s fourth for Gap) launched in stores last week. Here is a photo of two pairs available via racked.com – they look both comfortable AND chic, always a winning combination!
Stay tuned for some more stylish spring collaborations – The Olsen twins for JC Penny, the Kardashians for Bebe, Jean Paul Gaultier for Target, Cynthia Rowley for Roxy, and more!