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These Brand Collabs Are Worth Your Attention

When great brands think alike

We all know that the beauty and fashion industries are competitive. So when a brand collaboration is in session, we just can't help but be excited about what they have in store for us. And it's safe enough to claim that when two favourites combine, most often than not, the collections they create are one for the books. 


With that said, we're giving you some of this season's hottest collabs and what to expect from their noteworthy lookbooks.


Adidas Originals x Alexander Wang Drop 3



The third instalment to the iconic sports brand and the NFW regular's collaborative collection,  this 84-piece unisex apparel and footwear collection is all about blurring the boundaries between high fashion and streetwear. It combines innovation in both fabric and design with inspirations from youth culture and practicality that truly culminates the essence of the two brands. 



Supreme x North Face



Street style is making a big buzz this year with brand crossovers, and Supreme is no exception. Continuing their collaboration with outdoor product company North Face, the brand is set to launch heavy duty pieces that can endure outdoor adventures while still looking sharp and stylish. 

Coach x Rodarte



Designed by Coach’s Creative Director, Stuart Vevers, and Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the collaboration explores the idea of mixing textures and the vocabularies of New York and Los Angeles: modern versus ethereal, utility and simple luxury versus unabashed romance and fanciful demi-couture. Made of ready-to-wears and bags that culminate both of the labels' aesthetic, these pieces are sure to make it into everyone's must-covet list. 



Marc Jacobs x MTV


In pure nostalgia, Marc Jacobs and MTV give the 80's some love with sequinned sweatshirts, logo shirts, and special edition neon-themed tote bags, visualising and celebrating the prime of an era that redefined music and style.  
Christophe Lemaire x Uniqlo




After the success of their two-in-a-row sold out collections, designer Christophe Lemaire and fashion brand Uniqlo are set for another Spring/Summer collection of sleek and crisp swimwear and casual designs that will make minimalist lovers swoon.