Check out our wish list to see the hottest fashion collabs in 2022

Check out our wish list to see the hottest fashion collabs in 2022

09.06.2022 Off By manager_1

Fashion collabs are a hot topic in industry news. There is a new fashion collaboration every day. A whole host of creatives and designers are teaming up to create new pieces for spring. This includes Ganni collaborating with Juicy Couture and Stella McCartney redesigning Arsenal’s football kit. We’ve gathered the top fashion collaborations this season.

Adidas x Gucci

Alessandro Michele, Gucci, has announced a new partnership with Adidas, following the highly-acclaimed Hacker Project collaboration with Balenciaga. Gucci’s runway-ready look has been enhanced by the trademark three stripes and trefoil logo of the sportswear giant. It can be seen on everything from corsets and berets to knitwear and double-breasted suits to knitwear.

The collection is expected to challenge the idea of sports luxe for the next generation. At Milan Fashion Week, an Adidas-stamped Gucci Diana tote was shown down the catwalk. This was followed by a whimsical prairie gown and a fully logoed bridal look.

Lanvin x Gallery Dept

After the success of their first collaboration Lanvin, a French fashion house, and Gallery Dept., a street style label that is a mystery to many, have teamed up again. They have again teamed up to create an art-inspired capsule collection. Gallery Dept was founded by Josue Thomas from Los Angeles, and is a favorite among LA’s skater children – a tribe Bruno Sialelli, Lanvin’s Creative Director, admits to being heavily inspired by.

Bright colours and artistic touches bring life to the sneakers, hoodies, and T-shirts of this Parisian label. This result is a collection that combines traditional luxury and a modern twist.

Reebok by Pyer Moss

Pyer Moss, a cult label founded in 2013 to create ready-to wear pieces that tell a story about activism and heritage, has just launched its fourth collaboration collection with Reebok. Pyer Moss designer Kerby J.Raymond created the collection ‘GODIZU UIZGOD.’ It combines the label’s storytelling skills with Reebok’s industry heritage.

These unisex pieces are made from psychedelic marbling prints in red, white and black, and can be worn with slip dresses, leggings, and technical puffers. You can also find cropped rollneck tops and logo-detailed socks, as well as streamlined windbreakers. But the most notable item is the Experiment G trainers. This futuristic design features a multicoloured, zigzag design.

Ganni x Juicy Couture

A new collaboration between Ganni, a Scandi-cool brand, and Juicy Couture in Los Angeles has revived the Noughties’ love for velour tracksuits. Although it may seem unlikely, Ganni has made the most responsible-produced version of the iconic tracksuit ever produced, bringing its sustainability credentials to the Hollywood favorite.

This 13-piece collection is made from a mixture of pre-consumer recycled and certified organic cotton. It also includes recycled polyester. The Y2K-inspired collab includes tracksuits as well as T-shirts, caps, tops and leggings made from certified organic and recycled materials. This is one partnership that you will find everywhere on social media.

Adidas by Stella McCartney x Arsenal WFC

Stella McCartney has redesigned the Arsenal women’s soccer club’s kits. This is a great example of elite-level sportswear. The collection was created as part of her Adidas range and was meant to support a new generation in sport. It celebrates the team’s historical achievements, making them the most successful English women’s soccer club, as well as looking forward to their bright future.

Bright is the key word. This boldly patterned 10-piece collection combines Stella’s leopard print with Arsenal’s iconic Mystery Blue, Scarlet Red and other colors to create a new and bold look. McCartney’s commitment to sustainability has inspired each piece to be made of organic cotton and recycled materials. This is in keeping with the partnership’s goal to eliminate all plastic waste.

Burberry x Supreme

What happens when you combine a British heritage brand with one the most sought-after streetwear labels? A capsule collection that combines Burberry’s instantly-recognisable silhouettes with Supreme’s effortless cool. The stylish collaboration sold out quickly when it was first released.

The drop includes a Burberry-branded check pattern denim jacket and trousers, along with a trench coat and T-shirts, and hoodies. A selection of accessories, including caps, funnel-neck jackets and skateboards, are also available.