Intriguing and unexpected partnerships, or co-labs, as we call them, have been part of our DNA since the beginning. Previous co-labs include artists Lykke Li and Kim Gordon and fashion designers Rodarte, Rejina Pyo, and Vika Gazinskaya. Read more about our earlier co-labs below.
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The South African designer —known for her bold, bright, feminine aesthetic with storytelling at the heart of her creations— lent her profoundly personal touch to dresses and beachy separates.
The fashion brand, renowned for its witty and wearable avant-garde fashion, created a collection of surreally sophisticated wardobe treasures with intriguing elements of deconstruction.
Turning the discarded into treasure, Ellinor Nilsen created 50 standout bathrobes from upcycled vintage cotton towels. Each piece is unique, with its own story to tell.
The South Korean fashion brand, known for its playful, fairy tale aesthetic, teamed up with us for joyous and utterly unique collection. Each piece is a treasure with its own stories to tell.
The Swedish artist Siri Carlén created three original drawings for us, with motifs from her summers in The South of France. And we turned them into wearable art. More precisely, silk scarves with sunny stories to tell.
Rejina Pyo is known for her sculptural dresses and relaxed suiting with unexpected twists. Our co-lab with the London-based, South Korean fashion designer consisted of reinvented versions of her signature styles.
Le Petit Trou
Utterly gorgeous underthings that don’t compromise on comfort defined our co-lab with Le Petit Trou. Founded and designed by Zuzanna Kuczyńska, this luxury brand focuses on what women want from lingerie.
Our co-lab with the London-based luxury clothing label by Danish designer Julie Brøgger consisted of power pieces, such as fiercely feminine tailoring and standout dresses vibing with ’80s overtones.
Hums is on a mission to give the humble slipper its due recognition as a high-end accessory. We created a mini collection featuring four pairs of whimsical yet luxe slippers with the Swedish brand.
Fascinated with the work of Information Designer Giorgia Lupi, we invited her to co-create a collection where data-driven narratives turned into wearable stories.
In the hands of jeweller Mia Larsson, disposed oyster shells turn into sustainable and one-of-a-kind jewellery. Together we co-created an exclusive collection of opulent treasures.
We teamed up with the duo behind Fern Fans, Amanda Borberg and Daisy Hoppen, for a collection of decadent yet practical fans accompanied by a contemporary fan language of subtle gestures.
The Deep End Club
Founded by Los Angeles-based multi-talent Tennessee Thomas, The Deep End Club is a community clubhouse where artists meet activists. The group’s motto, “GIVE A DAMN!” was this T-shirt co-lab’s message.
House of Hackney
Known for their maximalist aesthetic and iconic prints, the London-based design duo House of Hackney co-created a capsule collection made from sustainably sourced materials swathed in exquisite patterns.
The iconic artist, writer, musician and co-founder of Sonic Youth co-created a capsule collection of wardrobe treasures emblazoned with her thought-provoking handwritten words and artworks.
We teamed up with TOMS, the Los Angeles-based shoe brand, for a capsule collection consisting of shoes and earthy ready-to-wear garments that resonate with the beauty of Californian living.
The New York-based artist Shoplifter transformed her artworks into a vibrant capsule collection of playful ready-to-wear pieces accompanied by jewellery, bags, and beauty products for our co-lab.
Wool and the Gang
Inspired by London-based Wool and the Gang’s crafty approach to fashion, & we fell in love with the idea of creating something together. The result was a co-lab collection of knitted pieces with a side of DIY.
Fashion’s beloved luxury label Rodarte, created by Kate and Laura Mulleavy, designed a co-lab collection of ready-to-wear shoes and jewellery with California influences.
Zana Bayne, designer of artisanal leather handbags and accessories, created a carefully composed co-lab collection of leather pieces, all with a strong emphasis on femininity.
With U.S election time on her mind, New York designer Rachel Antonoff’s collection presented a wardrobe of ready-to-wear suitable for all sorts of occasions when running a campaign.
Acclaimed fashion stylist and street-style sensation Ada Kokosar created a co-lab collection of four head-to-toe monochrome outfits and one mixed-and-matched ensemble, all designed with layering in mind.
Merging minimalism with a touch of classic French glamour. The Los Angeles-based designer Clare Vivier’s co-lab collection featured bags, shoes and small leather goods in bold colours.
The New York-based design duo FAUX/real consists of Mari Ouchi and Louis DeCicco. For our co-lab, they created a jewellery collection exploring the eternal theme: how to find love.
Coinciding with the release of her third album, I Never Learn, Swedish singer Lykke Li teamed up with us to co-create an almost entirely black 23-item collection that oozed Scandinavian minimalism.
Russian designer and street-style star Vika Gazinskaya is known for her inventive, impeccably tailored clothes. She created an arty, fresh and feminine capsule collection of versatile summer styles for our co-lab.
Known for her sparkly, zig-zag chevron patterns, inspired by “early constructivist Rodchenko and folky shapes, designer Sadie Williams co-created a holiday-friendly collection of party dresses in printed lurex.