Rodarte Curates Colette

If there were a fashion retail scale, Target would be on one side and Colette the other. And yet, just weeks after announcing their collaboration with
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If there were a fashion retail scale, Target would be on one side and Colette the other. And yet, just weeks after announcing their collaboration with

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If there were a fashion retail scale, Target would be on one side and Colette the other. And yet, just weeks after announcing their collaboration with the former, Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte announced their work with the latter. This October, they'll curate an exhibition of their favorite things for Sarah Lerfel's concept store in Paris. The sisters have consistently boasted the most impressive, obscure and yet still viable list of inspirations and we're guessing this project will do a pretty good job of encapsulating what, in their lives, produces such dreamy clothes.

They've enlisted their friends and family to make handpainted book covers, embroidered pillowcases and jewelry to sell among artwork by Kim Gordon, Mari Estman, Raymond Pettibon, Autumn de Wilde and more. And in case you're not in the market for any art work, they'll also be selling an exclusive limited run of marbled ballet flats the girls made for Repetto, which we might suggest framing instead of wearing.