Earlier this summer, our fearless Editor, Leah Frazier, reported on the retail collaboration boom now in progress. On our radar so far are Eddie Borgo for Target, Ellen Degeneres for Gap, and more, and as it turns out, that’s not even the half of it.
Today, we have details on no fewer than four more notable brand partnerships. Grab a piña colada and read on for the scoop as the Summer of Collabs continues!
Nasty Gal X For Love & Lemons
Billed to be “perfect for late nights, lazy Sundays, and serious head-turning,” we begin with a collection from popular online boutique Nasty Gal and For Love & Lemons. The latter, a women’s wear brand based in Los Angeles, specializes in lace, lingerie-inspired separates, and strategically-placed appliqués. Expect more of the same from this collab, with a tropical twist.
ále by Alessandra Ambrosio for Planet Blue
Following its spring launch, Alessandra Ambrosio’s line of bohemian-chic looks for Planet Blue can now be sourced locally at the retailer’s new Dallas location. Open as of just this month, Planet Blue on Henderson Avenue is already generating buzz, and these supermodel-approved dresses, jumpsuits, and tops are sure to keep things hot for the rest of the summer.
FEED + Jeremyville
We’ve long been fans of FEED, Lauren Bush Lauren’s line of bags, and much more, designed to fight hunger around the world. A new partnership with New York artist, Jeremyville, offers several summer-perfect goodies that support FEED. Choose from tops for women and kids, as well as a sunny new tote, all a mission to make us “a bit more mindful.” And while you’re at it, click here to learn more about Jeremyville.
Karlie Kloss for Express One Eleven
Finally, while not technically a collaboration, the introduction of Karlie Kloss as spokesmodel for the Express One Eleven collection is definitely a partnership of note. The blonde beauty sports tops from the retailer’s affordable basics line, which includes tanks, bralettes, tunics, and tees. Billed as “super-soft,” most fall into neutral territory, with a few prints and brights represented.
All images via individual brands and retailers.