5 Designer Collaborations to Look Forward To

Fashion knows how to start the year off right. From Peter Pilotto’s crafty digital prints to Sophia Webster’s striking shoes for J.Crew, there’s already a handful of designer collaborations to enjoy now and look forward to.

1. Peter Pilotto + Target

Come February, Target will release its special collaboration with Peter Pilotto. The unique capsule collection that ranges in price from $16.99 to $79.99 will feature women’s ready-to-wear, accessories and swim in striking blues and greens and warm reds and oranges. Designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, the London-based design duo is known for their colorful and textured digital prints. www.target.com.

2. Alexander McQueen + Damien Hirst
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Alexander McQueen has teamed up with artist Damien Hirst for a one-of-a-kind collection of 30 scarf designs in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the skull scarf. Each artwork is adapted from Hirst’s Entomology series; butterflies, bugs, spiders and other insects have been worked into each scarf design to form kaleidoscopic geometric shapes, laid out to create the signature McQueen skull motif. www.alexandermcqueen.com.

3. Fendi + Delfina Delettrez
Delfina Delettrez, heiress to the Fendi fashion house, collaborated with the house’s accessories designer, Silvia Venturini, and Karl Lagerfeld to design the jewelry (think furry rings and endless stacked cuffs) for Fendi’s spring 2014 collection.

4. Sophia Webster + J.Crew
Sophia Webster has made strides in the London scene with her quirky shoe designs. Now, the up-and-coming British shoe designer has collaborated with J.Crew for a fun 30-piece collection of floral prints, striped heels and playful tassels that’s out in May.

5. Barneys + Jay-Z
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Jay-Z partnered with Barneys for a New York-themed holiday collection. The 30-piece collection features everything from a $70 T-shirt to a $33,900 gold Hublot watch. All proceeds benefit the rapper’s Shawn Center Foundation, which works to help low-income children further their education. Available now.

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