Full Guide to All Fashion Collaboration in Fall 2021

Full Guide to All Fashion Collaboration in Fall 2021

09.11.2021 Off By manager_1

  • Burberry x GOAT

Burberry has formed an exclusive partnership with an unanticipated group. Eight new versions of the iconic Burberry Arthur sneaker were released by the English brand, e-commerce/resale sneaker site GOAT and English apparel website GOAT at the beginning of November. Exclusively available on GOAT, the footwear is available in a variety of colorways for men and women, including pistachio and silver. Some styles feature chain detailing, a nod to the British punk scene that Riccardo Tisci, Burberry’s chief creative officer, first explored while at Central Saint Martins in London. Go to goat.com to learn more and shop the capsule.

  • Anna Sui x Batsheva

Chase Sui Wonders may be an actress and a part-time cartoonist, but now the Genera+ion star is able to add delivery girl to that list. Sui Wonders stars in the campaign for Anna Sui, her aunt’s collaboration with Batsheva Hay. Sui Wonders is seen in Manhattan’s garment district in clothes from the collection. The ruffled peasant blouses are reminiscent of Anna Sui and feature floral prints in ’90s-esque florals–a Batsheva signature touch. Sui Wonders is responsible for delivering a spool from Sui to Hay’s workshop. But she often gets lost. You can see a few prairie-inspired looks and head over to annasui.com for more information.

  • Taylor Swift x Cathy Waterman

Taylor Swift and Claire Winter Kislinger, her longtime friend and Claire’s mother, Cathy Waterman, have collaborated on a limited edition ring. This ring will be available in time for the reissue of RED (Taylor’s Version), which is due out November 12. The bauble is called the Red (Taylor’s Version), Album Ring by Cathy Waterman. It’s a replica Swift’s ring that Waterman’s LOVE ring inspired. The original was given by Claire and Cathy to Taylor in 2011. She wore it while she was writing the original RED album. The ring costs only $45 and is available exclusively at store.taylorswift.com.

  • Hanifa’s debut Footwear Collection

Anifa Mvuemba, a designer for Hanifa, released her first footwear collection in October. This is a significant move by the designer who also presented her 3-D fashion show during pandemic. To start the shoe collection, there will be two styles: a sandal called the Zeta ($369), and a boot called the Zoe ($659). Both are made in sheepskin leather. Hanifa.co.uk has both silhouettes available for purchase.

  • Moose Knuckles x Telfar

On September 12, during the last day of New York Fashion Week, Telfar held a mock press conference to announce Telfar. TV–naturally, the debut involved an arty, DIY commercial made by Telfar, which included footage of the designer Telfar Clemens, his friends and models, chatting inside a spare room with black leather stands and walls of mirrors. That footage would be used to promote the brand’s latest product, an outerwear capsule by Canadian label Moose Knuckles. This 17-piece collection features key pieces that are synonymous with Telfar’s NYC roots: fur-lined puff coats with the Telfar logo, a reinterpreted Telfar bag and a thick headband. The line, which serves as an ode to New Yorkers, will be available for purchase on mooseknucklescanada.com and TELFAR.net in November.

  • Louis Vuitton’s Artycapucines Collection

Louis Vuitton’s famous bags have been the perfect canvas. Artists will now have the opportunity to express their ideas in the iconic Capucines silhouette of Louis Vuitton’s bags. Six contemporary artists created reworked versions their artworks for the Artycapucines Collection and printed them on Louis Vuitton’s minimalist, feminine bag. For a limited edition, only 200 bags will be sold at Louis Vuitton shops.

  • Fendi’s Peekaboo capsule

Twelve years ago, Silvia Venturini Fendi designed the sleek, quietly chic Peekaboo bag–an unconventional-looking purse separated in the middle by two halves. The inside can be revealed by pressing down on its front flap. It’s an iconic silhouette that Fendi continues to make, and Fendi launched a capsule collection celebrating the Peekaboo. You can choose from four different color options: cyan, blue, tulip, and mimosa yellow. Fendi is following the mini-bag trend and has included Nano Peekaboo charms in its capsule. Multicolored strap add-ons are also available for personalization.

  • Zayn x Arnette

After his 2017 capsule collection with Versus Versace, Zayn Malik will once again be dipping his toes in the collaborative design world with an Arnette sustainable eyewear line. The collection is inspired by Malik’s artwork, which he has shared on social media from time to time. However, the focus of the product itself is sustainability. These pieces are made from bio-based materials and not traditional petroleum-based plastics. Five designs are available in multiple colors. Many of the pieces have an updated look that reflects the ’90s. Malik said that the Drophead is her favorite design. It takes an iconic shape and gives it a modern update. This collection is now available.

  • Gucci 100 Pop-Ups

How can you celebrate the centennial anniversary of an iconic brand? A party is the best way to celebrate. Alessandro Michele, Gucci’s creative Director, commemorates the milestone by combining fashion and music. He refers to the second as “The only media, apart from fashion, that is more responsive to the times which mutate and mark them now, the today, and tomorrow.” The Gucci 100 collection is both tribute to the house and the artists who have named-checked it in songs. To celebrate the anniversary collection, there are a number of celebratory pop ups being held around the world. You can find out where the nearest one is and to shop the collection before it goes away at gucci.com.

  • Michael Kors’ Watch Hunger Stop

Michael Kors created the Watch Hunger Stop initiative in 2013 to help the United Nations World Food Programme in its mission to eradicate hunger and provide relief for children living in food insecure areas. The Watch Hunger Stop capsule collection, which is limited edition, features a black T-shirt, logo and hat with a subtle Love Patch. You can purchase all products online or in select Michael Kors shops. All profits will be donated to children in poverty through the WFP.

  • Issue 3 By Bottega Veneta

Bottega Venetage’s latest digital journal features a custom soccer ball, unzipping trousers, and Stefano Pilati’s tattooed forehead. Instead of using traditional social media to promote Bottega’s products and values, Daniel Lee, the creative director, has taken to creating digital zines. The issue 3 includes new photography by Nan Goldin (a coup in itself), soccer star Raheem sterling, a Honey Dijon in zebra stripes, and new work from Thierry Perez, a legendary fashion illustrator. He reimagines music icons such as Cher and Grace Jones. You can view the entire issue on the official website.

  • Ralph Lauren x MLB

Due to the two Met Galas, there’s a lot of talk these days about American fashion. Few things are more American than Ralph Lauren and baseball. The designer’s latest collaboration with MLB was released on October 7. This is the second time the partnership has been announced since May. The new collection, which is extremely limited in number, builds on the original satin jackets and features black-on-black leather and wool team jackets for Red Sox fans. The collection also includes fleece hoodies, totes bags, and baseball caps. The capsule is available at select Ralph Lauren shops and on The Polo App.

  • Kim’s Wempe Playlist

You can wear Wempe’s Playlist collection in stacks. It is possible to choose from over 28 rings and curate them according to your mood or personality. Kim-Eva Wempe is the current head at the Hamburg-based jeweler.

  • Louis Vuitton and Fornasetti

Nicolas Ghesquiere, Louis Vuitton’s artistic director for women, has taken images from Piero Fornasetti to create a capsule. It’s part the French house’s fall 2021 line. Multiple pieces in the line feature Motifs taken from Fornasetti’s artworks, including buildings, keys, and portraits. Fornasetti’s illustrations of ancient statues are visible on velvet dresses, fleece hooded jackets, and shiny printed jersey tops.

  • Target Fall Designer Collection

Target is seeking fashion pioneers to collaborate on its Designer Collection. Target will have a range of offerings this season from Nili Lotan and Rachel Comey as well as Victor Glemaud and Sandy Liang. The pieces available, including a Rachel Comey graphic turtleneck dress and a Sandy Liang frothy Tull frock, are hard to miss.