Didn't have enough time to savor the Versace for H&M collection before it sold?
It's pretty normal, almost neither of us did, given that it sold out within hours.
Don't stress, there are loads of upcoming collaborations for high street stores you can try to catch!
Versace for H&M S/S Collection
We're hoping we can get to see some of the pieces of this new collab. By the avalaible preview pics, you can say it's going to go all "tutti-frutti".
Avalaible: 19th January 2012
Marni for H&M
It's just been announced that Consuelo Castiglioni will be designing a collection for this label.
We're hoping to see Marni's graphic prints, bright colours, african motifs...
Avalaible: 8th March 2012
Mary Katrantzou for Topshop
This aclaimed designer in London FW is launching a line for this shop - thing which has been made before by Kate Moss, Christopher Kane, Pamela Love...- which will also include seven nail designs.
Avalaible: February 2012
Sasha Pivovarova for Gap
The Russian Model creates a capsule collection for gap body inspired in dreamlike fairy stories. Clothes in silk will be adorned by her sketches.
Avalaible: December 2011
Isabel Marant por Gap
Fifty per cent of the profits from the T-shirts by French designer will go to the Global Fund to help eliminate AIDS in Africa. Next year the chain may team up with Diane von Furstenberg.
Avalaible: Since 28th November 2011
Anthony Vaccarello for La Redoute
This will be the second edition of this collaboration, after the success achieved with the S/S range of clothes with Lou Doillon as its image. Check Anja Rubik is wearing the creations for this French online retailer.
Avalaible: 15th December 2011
Richard Nicoll for Fred Perry
Also the second edition of "Laurel Wreath Collection". London designer said "I made reference to the futurism of Pierre Cardin in the sixties and the Parisian Left Bank beatnik uniform of that era's".