Luxury: the new casual, chic and unusual spring collabs

Fashion Weeks are just over and luxury houses are back in the spotlight with new collaborations (some of which were unveiled on the catwalks), ready to seduce and once again stimulate consumer desire. JW Anderson, MM6, Tommy Hilfiger, Giorgio Armani and Patou have teamed up with artists, celebrities, brands and brands to create chic or relaxed, classic or futuristic, essential or unusual capsules.

Tommy X Shawn Mendes

Canadian singer Shawn Mendes plays stylist for American label – Tommy Hilfiger

While Swiss shoemaker Bally has just called on actor Adrien Brody, Tommy Hilfiger has hired Canadian star singer Shawn Mendes to create a 28-piece collection. The focus is on sustainability with recycled and innovative materials to make sweaters, t-shirts, Teddy jackets, pants and shirts, which reinterpret the preppy classics of the American label in a relaxed spirit, taking inspiration from the 1990s. launch, this March 15, is accompanied by a campaign shot by Cass Bird bringing together relatives of the artist.

MM6 Maison Margiela X Chenpeng

The down jacket revisited by the Chinese designer Chen Peng with the Parisian label – MM6 Maison Margiela

Line contemporary by Maison Margiela has approached Chenpeng, who caused a stir last Fashion Week when she debuted on the Parisian calendar with a series of incredible evening puffer dresses. Chinese designer Chen Peng, known for his eccentric futuristic down jackets, and MM6 have joined forces to create three original sleeved pieces around the theme of down jackets. A parka, a jacket and a vest, which will be marketed next September.

JW Anderson x Rembrandt

Jonathan Anderson plays with Rembrandt’s self-portrait – JW Anderson

Jonathan Anderson launches the “Rembrandt” mini-collection inspired by the famous master of the 17th century Dutch School and his self-portraits, which the Irish stylist considers to be the first original selfies. It takes up in particular “the self-portrait with haggard eyes”, which the painter produced in pen and ink in 1630 at the age of 24. This slightly bewildered face with wide-open eyes and pinched mouth peers at us in colorful knitwear and sweatshirts, silk pants and shirts, canvas shoes, as well as a bag and hats. The English label is prolific since it is also preparing to launch its new Uniqlo JW Anderson collection on March 30, revisiting the classics of the sports wardrobe.

Patou x Sita Abellan

Le Petit Patou reimagined by SitaAbellán – Patou

Model, DJ and stylist, the Spanish Sita Abellán was invited by Patou (LVMH) to revisit her emblematic bag The Little Patou. Result: two models resuming its half-moon shape, one in pink, the other in purple-red, each equipped with two shoulder straps adorned with the artist’s signature snake. They are made of recycled organic cotton with a denim effect and metallic leather with stitched logo and fringed edge, by the Spanish manufacturer Ubrique which makes all the leather bags. upcycled of the House. Available exclusively on the brand’s website and the Farfetch and Browns Fashion platforms, the capsule is publicized by photos of Louie Banks.

Giorgio Armani X 10 Corso Como

The Italian designer’s all-denim collection for the Milanese concept store – Giorgio Armani 10 Corso Como

The Italian couturier signs a second collaboration with the famous Milanese temple of luxury. This time denim is the main protagonist, sometimes combined with leather. It is available in ready-to-wear and accessories. Blazer, jacket, midi skirt, flared shorts, jeans, bandeau top, boots and bag make up a complete wardrobe in deep blue tones, which recounts the discreet elegance of the Italian house. Pieces to wear in total look, but also easy to mix.

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Luxury: the new casual, chic and unusual spring collabs