5 Summer Fashion Collaborations to Look Forward To

5 Summer Fashion Collaborations to Look Forward To

We know you’ve been home shopping your pretty little hearts away, so how can we not bring you our favorite collections that are heading our way! With the pandemic causing what’s expected to be a socially distant summer, several fashion brands are trying to add some excitement to the season with fun collaborations and we are here for it. Here are 5 of our favorite collaborations to keep a close watch on.

1. Target’s Designer Dress Collection

One of the most anticipated fashion collaborations is coming from Target, which is continuing its tradition of teaming with high fashion designers. We love this because they bring us fashion from high scale lines at extremely reasonable prices. This summer the retailer is tapping three female-led fashion labels — LoveShackFancy, Cushnie, and Lisa Marie Fernandez — for a summer dress collection that evokes the feminine style each brand is known for.


Target x Lisa Marie Fernandez as part of the retailer’s Designer Dress Collection. 


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2. Quay x Lizzo

YAAAAAS! Queen Lizzo is bringing us the shades! Grammy-award-winner Lizzo is teaming with eyewear brand Quay for a charitable collection of sunglasses and accessories. The collection includes eight eyewear styles — such as cat eyes, aviators, and shields — in sunglasses and blue light glasses.


A campaign image from Quay x Lizzo collaboration sourced from Quay Sunglasses.


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3. New Balance x Staud

Staud designer, Sarah Staudinger, is making her first entry into activewear with a capsule collection created with New Balance. The color-blocked collection includes separates such as sports bras, leggings, shorts, jackets, track pants, and sweatshirts featuring Nbsleek, New Balance’s new lightweight, four-stretch fabric technology. Staudinger has also reimagined New Balance’s 997 sneaker in a rainbow colorway. The New Balance x Staud 20-piece collection is available now on Staud’s web site with some pieces, including the 997 sneakers, available for preorder. The collection ranges in price from $60 to $295.


New Balance x Staud Photo sourced from Staud

4. Billie Eilish x Takashi Murakami

Singer Billie Eilish and artist Takashi Murakami have teamed for a T-shirt collection exclusively found at Uniqlo. The collection combines imagery both artists have become known for, such as Eilish’s Blohsh lopsided stick figure symbol and Murakami’s iconic flowers. Some designs also include a collage of Eilish’s photos.

The Billie Eilish x Takashi Murakami T-shirt collection launched on Uniqlo’s web site on May 25 and will be available at select locations starting May 29. The collection ranges in price from $9.90 to $14.90 and is available in women’s, men’s, and kids’ sizes.


Billie Eilish x Takashi Murakami Photo Sourced From Uniqlo.

5. Puma x Gold’s Gym

Gold’s Gym is marking its first collaboration with Puma to create a collection meant for both in and out of the gym. The activewear collection includes tank tops, bodysuits, cropped tops, jackets, track pants, and sneakers that use a vintage-inspired Gold’s Gym logo for a retro feel. The Puma x Gold’s Gym collection includes women’s, men’s and kids sizes and is available now on Gold’s Gym and Puma’s web sites. The collection ranges in price from $40 to $100.


Puma x Gold’s Gym Photo Sourced From Puma.


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Ahhh, so much shopping; so little ti… -wait, actually- so much time! We don’t know if that’s good or bad but we’re happy to share so many amazing collaborations from brands that we all know and love.


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Kassandra Rodriguez
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Kassandra is a Trendsetter Member of the Texas Fashion Industry Initiative currently learning about online fashion media and content creation through its mentorship opportunity. Originally from McAllen, Texas, Kassandra is a fashionista at heart. She hopes to inspire everyone to dress outside of their comfort zone and use style as a form of self-expression. She's an advocate for plus size fashion, believing that fashion shouldn't discriminate on the basis of pant size. From working Alta Roma Fashion Week, to styling Milan Men's Fashion Week her experiences bring a unique flame to San Antonio.