Designer Collaborations to Shop Now
We always get excited when our favorite high-end designers partner with affordable retailers, and this spring has them in abundance. Check out four of our favorite fashion collaborations to shop right now.
Peter Som for DesigNation at Kohl’s
Celebrities from Kate Bosworth to Jenna Dewan-Tatum have been seen rocking Peter Som’s collection for Kohl’s department stores. Each of the 48 pieces in the collection is priced at under $88 — Kate Bosworth’s button-down shirt dress above is only $74. The soft palazzo pants, colorful maxi dresses and printed tees are perfect for casual yet sophisticated weekend style or a trip to the beach. We can clearly see the influence of St. Barths style. With all the money we’re saving on clothing this year, we might just book a trip there!
Peter Pilotto for Target
This collection launched back in February, which means many of the items are now on sale! In addition to flirty floral dresses and tops, the line includes sunglasses, retro-inspired bathing suits, oversized patterned tote bags and even colorful slip-on sneakers. Grab this purple floral print dress (now $48.98) before it sells out! We love the blue netting print moto jacket ($41.98). Shop Target for more.
Jonathan Adler for TOMS
If you thought Jonathan Adler graphics were only for pillows, think again. The designer has teamed up with do-gooder shoe company TOMS for a limited-edition line of shoes and sunglasses. The patterned shoes ($59 a pair) are available in the signature TOMS style or in a flat sandal. The sunglasses are $160-$170.
Kate Moss for Topshop
Well you can’t shop this just yet, but have it on your radar for Apr. 30. That’s when Kate Moss’ spring/summer collection for Topshop hits the stores and online. The model-turned-designer has worked with Topshop since 2007, and her collections are always bestsellers.
This is her first line for Topshop after a three-year hiatus. Expect lots of fringe, suede, crepe satin, kimonos and other vintage, 70s-inspired details in her boho glam pieces. The collection is a little more luxe than the others we’ve listed — some of the pieces run in the hundreds of British pounds, while others (like these hippie-friendly flare pants) are £55 — not a bad price at all!
Erica Moody is a Louisiana-born writer who’s called D.C. home since 2010. In addition to fashion writing, she covers social events, edits The Citron Review literary journal and is working on a novel. Erica holds an MFA in creative writing from Antioch University.