How can the next H&M collab possibly match Kenzo? Tapping Marc Jacobs to dream up next-level clothes is a start (especially since the diffusion line Marc by Marc Jacobs is no more).
Simone Rocha is no stranger to collabs (she offered up a ruffled take on denim for J Brand) and we’d love to see her feminine, pearl-embellished creations reach an even wider audience.
Fans of H&M’s 2011 Versace collab would have lots to get excited about if some embellished, risqué Puglisi designs hit the H&M floor. Just picture the gilded shoes and jewellery.
Diane Von Furstenberg
H&MxDVF has a nice ring to it, no? A collab between these two household names would help spread the word that designer Jonathan Saunders is now a the helm at DVF.
Sacai’s Chitose Abe ingeniously mixes techniques and materials for clothes that feel refreshingly off-centre, and with a Nike collab under her belt, she’s proven that her creations can have mass-market appeal. Are you listening, H&M?
Just think of the cool denim and edgy ankle boots that could come out of this Swedish double hit.
We can only imagine the sweet-yet-quirky pieces this collab would produce.
Massimo Giorgetti has been designing his cheery and sometimes-irreverent line MSGM for five years, turning it into a bona fide style fixture. A collab with H&M would bring his playful prints and wild accessories to an eager fan base.
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