5 New Designer Collaborations We Can’t Wait To Shop
Kate Moss For Topshop
The Concept: Four years after her first blowout collaboration with Topshop, Kate Moss is designing another range inspired by her own personal "hero" staples.
Why We're Excited: From fringe and feathers to pajama-inspired pieces, there's no shortage of glamorous staples in this afforadable range.
Sophia Webster For J.Crew
The Concept: Debuted at J.Crew's spring fashion week presentation, this 13-piece collection from Nicholas Kirkwood alum Sophia Webster is all about statement heels.
Launch Date: April 2014 at J.Crew.
Why We're Excited: These over-the-top sandals and pumps are the perfect pop against spring's minimalist, monochromatic looks.
Peter Som For Kohl's
The Concept: Peter Som took inspiration from St. Barths for his easy breezy, print-heavy collection with Kohl's; the fourth collab in the retailer's DesigNation program.
Launch Date: April 2014 at Kohl's.
Why We're Excited: Priced from $38 to $88 Som's easy dresses, tunics and jumpsuits are a no-brainer way to add style to your warm-weather wardrobe.
Roland Mouret for Banana Republic
The Concept: Roland Mouret worked with Banana Republic's signature Sloan fabric - a bi-stretch material that hugs the body while skimming over curves - to create a range of dresses, skirts and pants inspired by his ready-to-wear line.
Launch Date: August 2014 at Banana Republic.
Why We're Excited: This new range comes just in time for fall's cocktail parties and nighttime events when sophisticated and sexy dresses are so needed.
Alexander Wang for H&M
The Concept: Announced at Coachella this weekend, this epic mash-up will include apparel and accessories for men and women and, according to Wang, "a completely new way of approaching the [designer] collaboration".
Launch Date: November 6th, 2014 at H&M.
Why We're Excited: A staple designer in our closets, Wang's irreverent, cool pieces never fail to capture our hearts. We're all in when it comes to this collab.