The cool style collaborations price testing this spring — That’s Not My Age

Jigsaw Inventive Director Jo Sykes and Lucinda Chambers – Jigsaw x Collagerie


There are such a lot of style collaborations today, it abruptly looks like everyone seems to be working with everybody, . Designers, celebrities, sports activities stars, artists; even gamers and Greggs are getting in on the partnership motion. Doubling up continues to be a well-liked phenomenon within the style world. And, finished effectively, a cool collaboration blends the very best of every model, faucets into a brand new buyer base and creates a little bit of buzz round lust-worthy, restricted version items (within the time it took to jot down this piece, I might see the Scholl x Re/Done sandals promoting quick).

Listed here are the very best spring 2023 partnerships price testing:



Jigsaw x Collagerie

Jigsaw guidelines the excessive road in the intervening time. Inventive Director Jo Sykes – who has labored on collections for Giorgio Armani, Alberta Ferretti, Aquascutum and Nicole Farhi – joined the corporate in 2019 and has fully rejuvenated the label, introducing directional design particulars and a bolder aesthetic. Making the excessive road stalwart a go-to for grown-up wardrobe necessities with a inventive twist. The label has just lately launched its second collaboration with Collagerie co-founders, and former British Vogue Fashionistas, Lucinda Chambers and Serena Hood.  This super-chic, 25-piece assortment options superbly constructed clothes, easy-to-wear separates and beach-y equipment all delivered to life with Marni-esque prints and blasts of Yves Klein Blue.

My highlights embrace: The attractive Stripe Drape dress; the contrasting stripe, daring leaf print and cloth high quality make it appear to be a high-end designer piece.  On the press launch, I attempted on the Striped Tie-Waist Trouser and matching Striped Shirt, these can be wonderful, co-ordinating suitcase companions on any summer season journey. And don’t miss the equipment: the striped leather mules, cool crossbody bag and chunky chain necklace are all trademark Lucinda Chambers items.

The Jigsaw x Collagerie collaboration will promote out rapidly, so act quick in order for you a bit of the motion.



Cos x Linda Farrow

For the final couple of summers I’ve been contemplating upping my sun shades recreation. I’m a long-term Linda Farrow fan however at all times reluctant to blow the price range on expensive eyewear. So, as quickly as I noticed the posh model’s Cos collaboration, I clicked ‘purchase’ on the retro-tastic, white shades with pink arms (far left). The most effective components of a high-low collaboration like that is the chance to buy designer items at extra accessible costs (Linda Farrow frames usually promote from upwards of £300, by comparability this vary is priced round £100 a pair). The gathering focuses on 5 vintage-inspired shapes; the sun shades are well-crafted with sturdy fixtures and supply 100% safety towards UV rays. Eventually, I can throw some shade in a pair of Linda Farrow sun shades…



Scholl x Re/Completed sandals


Scholl x Re/Done

Anybody who grew up within the Nineteen Seventies can be accustomed to Scholl’s wooden-soled mules. This spring’s Fantasy Classic collaboration sees the old-school sandal up to date by cult denims model Re/Done into 5 new designs, together with frayed denim (upcycled Levi’s) and patent leather. Whereas I wouldn’t suggest carrying them with hosiery – appears to be like nice in {a photograph} however affords loads of slippage potential on the pavement – I do like how Scholl sandals look with a pair of pale denims. Warning: if you happen to owned a pair within the 70s, you would possibly baulk on the new price ticket…


5 extra collabs to control:

RHODE x Target (arriving April 15)

Monica Vinader x Mother of Pearl

Zara x Clarks (the footwear are nearly bought out however the boots are nonetheless obtainable. And the Authentic pink suede Wallabee shoe is accessible HERE)

Barbour x House of Hackney

Arket x Mr Porter


And don’t overlook all the beautiful collaborations within the That’s Not My Age Edit (extra coming quickly).


And right here’s a choice of my favorite partnership items:

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