With Spring just around the corner, more and more fashion collaborations are set to hit stores! On March 11, Target announced that it has teamed up with FEED Projects, Lauren Bush’s do-good social business, for its next designer collaboration!
The collection will launch in stores and online on June 30 and feature an exclusive 50-piece FEED USA + Target lineup that will include clothing, accessories, housewares, and sporting goods featuring an Americana motif codesigned by Lauren Bush herself.
Every product sold from the limited-edition collaboration will benefit Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity.
“Through product sales, we hope to provide 10 million meals to Americans in need, which would make it the largest US initiative in FEED’s history,” said Lauren Bush.
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Since he stormed the fashion scene in the late 1980s, Isaac Mizrahi has become household name in the adult fashion market. The New York-based designer and TV personality has made his mark as a brand that spans a range of categories including sportswear, denim, handbags, watches and fine jewelry.
But now, Mizrahi is delving into the children’s category with a series of new licenses, including footwear. Synclaire Brands has been tapped to produce a casual collection under the Isaac Mizrahi New York label. The shoes will debut this fall, following the spring launch of girls’ sportswear and dresses. A tailored boys’ clothing line will roll out for holiday.
The new line, priced from $30 to $90, uses striking colors and patterns, and surprising details. The girls’ line features pumps, boots, ballet flats, loafers and wedges, outfitted with bows and piping, as well as polka-dot, leopard and houndstooth prints.
The collection already has been picked up by Bloomingdale’s, Zappos.com and a range of higher-end boutiques. Details still to come when they will be in store!
OYE Swimwear, an Istanbul-based line, is launching in the U.S. with its Summer 2013 collection. Backed by sisters Zeynep and Ayca Sadikoglu, OYE practically guaranteed to turn heads, incorporating plenty of low necklines and sheer mesh inserts into their designs.
Pieces will be available to shop on neimanmarcus.com starting in mid-April, with prices starting at $295.
Earlier this year we posted about Stuart Weitzman designing for Broadway’s Cinderella. Well now, Nicholas Kirkwood has joined the fantasy world and has with Disney to create a four-piece collection of heels fit for any real-life heroine. The capsule collection is inspired by Disney’s latest offering, Oz The Great and Powerful, with each pair drawing inspiration from a lead character: the Wizard, Glinda, Evanora, and Theodora.
These unique shoes range from crystal-encrusted heels to black-and-ruby-sequined boots, and — a first for Kirkwood — a men’s brogue. The shoes are currently on display as part of Selfridge’s Shoe Carnival. And the costumes worn by James Franco, Michelle Williams, and the rest of the cast feature in the department store’s window display as well!
If you are fortunate enough to get a chance to see it in person, we are totally jealous! But if not, here’s a glimpse!
The iconic prints of Diane von Furstenberg are making it’s way to surfer-gal line, Roxy, in a collection launching this month. The vibrant line includes swimwear, beach cover-ups, shorts, boardwalk-ready bags, and more, all priced between $38 to $88.
What’s even more exciting that is that those of us who live in NYC can check out the goods in person at a VIP shopping event at 519 Broadway on March 6 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Can’t make it! Not to worry! DVF Loves Roxy will be available on March 7 at select DVF and Roxy stores, as well as roxy.com.
Converse shoes were a major ’70s influence seen on the runways and is about to hit the streets. As of February 15, Converse debuts First String Standards, a collection of sneakers reissued from the Chuck Taylor All Star vault. The shoes feature high rubber ridges and a wider curve at the toe. These classics were once worn by style icons such as Patti Smith, Joan Jett, and Farrah Fawcett.
The shoes retail on Converse.com for $70, and by April, resurrected color-s will include the likes of Pool Blue and Sunflower Yellow. For now though, they’re only for sale in black and white.
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