Fashion collaborations are clearly here to stay, from Jeremy Scott for Adidas to the much anticipated Maison Martin Margiela for H&M – these bad boys are popping up every other week. So, we got to thinking… in a perfect little fashion world, what would be our dream collaboration? They could be out-there crazy pairings or just two designers that we’d would love to see working together. We asked our sisters/sisters-from-different-misters – Sharlene Chiu, Aliya-Jasmine, Liz Trinnear, Sarah Taylor & Sheena Snively for their input on this pressing matter.
Everyone wants to own a piece of Miu Miu, but we think it could become the ~ultimate~ if they collab’d with amazing French brand Carven. Prints on prints on prints anyone?
People describe Rick Owens’ designs as avant-garde with a twist – so if he were to team up with megabrand H&M there could be some garments that would never usually grace the superhuge salesfloors we know and love. Every girl needs a little goth in her wardrobe anyways, right?
Lana del Rey has certainly become insta-famous – but she is truly an artist and pulled off her recent collaboration with H&M super well. So what would it be like to see a collaboration between her and Canadian fashion duo Dsquared2? I see an outlandish future ahead.
Music and fashion go hand in hand, so we want to see some designs from the very talented hands of Jack White. Sarah Taylor says Jack White x Prada, or basically Jack White x Anyone… so if anyone is reading out there, get on it.
With Topshop recently making its way to Canada, I think it’s about time they do one of their famous collaborations. We had to miss out on the Christopher Kane collaboration in 2008, so Topshop should get their act together and come out with something soon. Liz suggests Swedish DJs and all over cool girls Rebecca & Fiona.
Adele is a very talented artist, and Sheena thinks it would be fun if she switched up her style and became the new face of (Sarah Burton for) Alexander McQueen, minus the crazy armadillo boots.
Ok, all of you people attending OA (Olsen’s Anonymus) can’t deny the urge to see this design duo collaborate with someone equally as lovely. Perhaps someone totally funky like Opening Ceremony… very Mary-Kate.