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It all started back in the 2008 (as I remembered) when people queue up over night just to get their ands on the all the “limited edition” collection which makes up all the hype.

Don’t get me wrong, I love this idea,  as it gives the opportunity for us to explore and experience different styles and not only limited to the generic colour block dresses/shift dresses (which I appreciate having available for plus size girls already). As I am a size US14/UK16, this is the only time we get to fit in some of these nicer designs. And most importantly, I am one of those broke girls who has a small budget for clothing items per month so really not complaining!

Here is a review(ones that I know of) of  these cross over collaborations between brilliant fashion designers and high street brands or limited line for department stores.

Collaboration with H&M

Comme Des Garcons

Matthew Williamson

Jimmy Choo (Them girls went Crazy)

Sonia Rykiel




Maison Martin Magiela

Anna Della Russo

Isabel Marant (Nov 2013)

Collaboration with Target +Neiman Marcus holiday collection

Caroline Herrera
Diane von Furstenberg
Brain Atwood
Band of Outsiders
Alice + Olivia

Tory Burch
Tracy Reese

Apparel Collaborations with Target
3.1 Philip Lim for Target


Prabal Gurung for Target

Kate Young for Target

Jason Wu for Target

mcq Alenxander Mcqueen for Target

Thakoon for Target

Jean-Paul Gautier for Target

Collaboration with Kohls

Simply Vera by Vera Wang

Lauren Conrad for Kohl’s

Catherine Malandrino for DesigNation

Narciso Rodriguez
for DesigNation

Derek Lam
for DesigNation

and also the below…

Collaboration with TK MAXX
Nichole Farhi
Just Cavalli
Nanette Lepore
Elizabeth and James
Elie Tahari

To the people who can afford luxury / contemporary designer clothes you
can suck it if you diss these collections, because it’s not like everyone can afford to pay US$500+ on a dress
which you only wear for 1 season. So quit complaining about how it “downgrade” your fashion label.
However I do agree, for timeless pieces, if anyone can afford it or can
stretch their budget for something that is longer lasting, go for it.