Still riding on the momentum from its Target collaboration, the label hosted a presentation for its resort collection in New York on Thursday.
More than a decade after Karl Lagerfeld’s collection debuted at H&M, high-low partnerships are still a formidable marketing strategy for fashion designers and retailers. But what does a designer collaboration need to accomplish to be considered successful?
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Coach is the latest in a long line of brands to collaborate with the fashion (and playroom) icon. And for the first time ever, Barbie's tiny, snazzy wardrobe has been produced from start to finish by the Coach design house. Meaning, everything she's wearing, you can wear. Well, in a slightly larger size. So in celebration of Barbie's new clothes (and chic new 'do--how does she keep it so shiny?), we're taking a look back at her biggest and best designer collabs to date--and there've been some doozies. When it comes to amazing designer collaborations, Target and H&M have got nothing on the original Queen B: We're talking Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Bill Blass, Vera Wang, Christian Louboutin, Dior, Versace, and more. Who needs an 11-inch tall plastic boyfriend when you've got Mr. de la Renta on speed dial?
Many a preppy princess was sad to hear of the passing of Lilly Pulitzer. Her bright patterns have outfitted sorority girls for decades (and maybe, if she was lucky enough, her fraternity beau would sport a matching LP tie for formal). We think Lilly Pulitzer was at her best during her 1960s and 1970s heyday, so we pulled some of our favorite vintage LP images and ads. Take a look.
Lilly Pulitzer, the designer and socialite known for her loud preppy prints, died Sunday at her home in Florida. She was 81. Pulitzer was an unwitting fashion designer.