Collina Strada Brings its Psychedelic Spirit to a Baggu Collab

Collina Strada x Baggu

After their hugely successful Sandy Liang collaboration, Baggu is pairing up with another fashion world favorite. Collina Strada, a brand known for its trippy prints and out-there nature motifs, has brought their playful spirit to a line of summery recycled nylon accessories. Standouts include a shoulder bag in the shape of a horse (one of Collina Strada’s signatures; fans may recall Kim Petras’s 2021 Met Gala look), cargo bags in melty florals, and a picnic blanket covered in cherubs and tomatoes. For a little bit of shade at the beach or in the park, there’s even a matching pop-up tent. All of the bags and pouches are $70 and under, making them an ideal gift for all the fashion girls in your life with summer birthdays.

The Van Cleef & Arpels Collection (1906-1953)

For the first time in the history of Van Cleef & Arpels, the maison has organized a comprehensive look at the jewelry brand’s history and collection with a trio of books. The first of three volumes, which came out June 24th, highlights the beginnings of Van Cleef, and the foundation of the brand’s lasting legacy in fine jewelry. The Van Cleef & Arpels Collection (1906-1953) features images of almost 700 pieces, including objects, jewelry, and watches, while providing a peek into the artistic processes and cultural contexts in which they were designed. Preliminary sketches allow for a look inside the house’s creative process, while a historical deep dive traces Van Cleef’s emergence in the early 20th century and eventual expansion from Paris to New York. This first volume will be followed by two more, exploring the label’s growth from 1953 to present day, though release dates for those volumes have yet to be announced.

Courtesy of Van Cleef & Arpels.

Courtesy of Van Cleef & Arpels

Celine Pilates Collection

Are you looking for a way to make your Pilates workout even more bougie? It didn’t seem possible, but now that Celine is tapping into the ath-leisure market, you can up your workout game and sweat in style thanks to the brand’s new Pilates collection. Kaia Gerber fronts the campaign, showing off a razorback cropped top and high-waist biker shorts, but it’s the accessories—the patterned yoga mat, the leather-handled weights, and the monogrammed kettlebell—that really stand out. The big ticket item, however, is undoubtedly the reformer, featuring a leather carriage covered in Celine’s logo, and shearling handlebars. If that doesn’t motivate you to hold your plank for another 30 seconds, nothing will. The collection will be available at and in select Celine stores beginning this October.

Kaia Gerber stars in the campaign for Celine’s Pilates collection photographed and styled by Hedi Slimane. Courtesy of Celine

Tiffany & Co. x Elsa Peretti

Tiffany and Co. is celebrating 50 years of one of its most successful design collaborations with some new takes on classic pieces. Inspired by the famous Elsa Peretti Bone Cuff, the jewelry brand is now releasing Elsa Peretti Bone and Split rings, which build on Peretti’s legacy and her minimalist approach to design. Peretti was originally inspired to create the cuff back in 1970, following visits she’d made as a youth to a 17th-century Capuchin crypt in Rome, as well as Antoni Gaudí’s Casa Milà in Barcelona. Now, Tiffany is upholding the legacy they’ve built with Peretti and shrinking down the original designs so they sculpt to the wearer’s finger. Both the Bone and Split rings are available in 18k gold and sterling silver, and will be sold exclusively on and at Tiffany & Co. stores in Europe and the Middle East beginning June 14. The full collection will launch globally in stores on July 1.

Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.

Away x La Ligne

Your summer vacation plans may be locked and loaded, but there’s still one thing missing from your beachside getaway—the perfect travel look. Luckily, luggage brand Away has teamed up with La Ligne for a capsule collection of travel accessories and clothing that will turn the train out to the Hamptons into a fashion moment. The collaboration features twenty pieces, including Away’s signature Bigger Carry-On bags in two vibrant colorways—an Aperol-inspired orange and a nautical blue. Matching accessories, including packing cubes, luggage tags, and sunglass pouches, allow for a curated look that will have everyone on the Jitney drooling. Of course, La Ligne didn’t just provide their classic stripes to the collab, but a ten-piece limited-edition collection as well, featuring summertime options for women, men, and kids. That way, you can match your suitcase in a rollneck orange striped sweater or Bonne Nuit pajamas if you really want to embrace comfort on your long-haul flight. The travel accessories and clothing are available on the brands’s respective sites, and, as well as in stores while supplies lasts.

Saint Laurent x Ray-Ban

Just in time for the sunny days of summer, Saint Laurent has paired up with Ray-Ban to create the season’s new must-have sunglasses. Anthony Vaccarello reimagined the sunglasses brand’s classic Wayfarer design for a limited-edition style called the Ultra Black Wayfarers. The chic, timeless shades feature both the Saint Laurent and Ray-Ban logos, as well as all-black details, hence the name. You can grab your own pair at as well as in person at the Saint Laurent Rive Droite and Saint Laurent Babylone stores in Beverly Hills and Paris, respectively. But don’t wait too long, the collaboration produced only 1750 pairs, and they’re sure to go quickly.

Hailey Bieber Courtesy of Saint Laurent

Gap x Dôen

For years, Dôen has been one of those IYKYK fashion brands with all the chic women you follow on Instagram buying its breezy summer dresses in multiples and living in them all year long. Now, the LA-based brand founded by sisters Margaret and Katherine Kleveland is bringing its signature California cool to the masses with a 51-piece capsule collection for Gap. Among the lineup, which ranges from $20-$158, are a pair of covetable wide-legged khakis, an oversized denim jacket, eyelet tops, and, of course, romantic floral print frocks that fit perfectly. There’s also a selection of matching children’s looks for the mommy-and-me crowd.

Fittingly another pair of stylish sisters—Ruby and Lily Aldridge—star in the campaign. The Gap × Dôen collection will be available worldwide on Friday, May 17 at noon ET on and in select stores.

Lily Aldridge in the Gap x Dôen collaboration.

Dan Martensen Courtesy of the Gap

The Louis Vuitton 37th America’s Cup Barcelona Capsule

For decades now, Louis Vuitton has sponsored the America’s Cup. This year, to mark the legendary sailing race beginning in Barcelona on August 29, the luxury house has unveiled a special capsule collection that draws inspiration from the foremost maritime sporting event. The nautical-inspired line which encompasses everything from slick windbreakers to elegant jersey —and, of course, sea-worthy bags—will be available in stores and on starting July 18.

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Victoria Beckham x Mango

Mango is turning 40, Victoria Beckham just hit 50, and together they are celebrating with a chic and contemporary capsule collection that fits squarely into both Mango’s and Beckham’s aesthetic. The resulting pieces—comprised of elevated slipdresses, lightweight tailoring, and unexpected knitwear—will be outfitting the stylish and unfussy all spring and summer long. Inspired by the 1969 Jane Birkin film La Piscine, much of the collection evokes a retro, ’70s aesthetic and French Riviera vibe. In the vein of Victoria Beckham’s personal color palette, the capsule’s hues are mostly neutral, featuring white, black, and ecru with touches of butter yellow, blue, peach, and mauve. The real stars in the collection are the thoughtful details—like a cutout on a classic button-down shirt or the manipulated stitching on a maxidress. It all feels like a natural extension of Posh’s wardrobe: Beckham’s signature flared pants come into play, as do themes of transparency and lingerie-inspired pieces. The 46-piece collection, which ranges in price from $80 to $500, is available now on

MarieHélène de Taillac

Wearing a piece of Marie-Hélène de Taillac jewelry is like seeing a colorful rainbow after a rainstorm. It’s a jolt of optimism and joy in the form of brightly hued necklaces, rings, and bracelets. Her pieces live in the jewelry boxes of your most stylish friends—and are showcased in the permanent collection of Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.

Her summer 2024 collection, all done in turquoise, is just as exquisite as all those that came before it, with inspiration drawn from the vibrant Arizona turquoise. De Taillac’s signature designs—the Dancing Emilie, Incandescence, and Gabrielle d’Estrées earrings—feel brand-new again when rendered in the glistening blue-green stone. Boho chic is certainly back in style, and there’s no better way to channel that trend than with Marie-Hélène de Taillac’s new Marisa design. Playful motifs like cacti, mushrooms, and clovers bring a lightness to the innate beauty of each stone—and makes every one of her summer 2024 pieces a must-have for any free-spirited jewelry lover.

Simone Rocha x Crocs

If the squishy plastic, pearl, and crystal-embellished footwear Simone Rocha sent down the runway during her London Fashion Week show have been stomping through your mind since last fall, you’re in for quite a treat. The brand is finally releasing three varieties of its previously runway-exclusive collaboration with Crocs—so whether you’re an ornate bride-to-be or a girly Goth, you’ll have a new pair of kicks that will very quickly become the star of your wardrobe. Simone Rocha and Crocs’s collaboration comes in three different styles, ranging from everyday looks to outright showstoppers. There’s the Classic Clog (the one Croc fans know very well), available in black or white and decorated with that signature Simone Rocha charm. The Siren puts the Classic on a platform—literally—adding a sturdy heel and even more embellishment. The group is rounded out by the Quick Trail in black, pink, and khaki, with a more athletic silhouette, even better to contrast the flowers of crystals that bloom on the sides. All styles will be available starting April 10 on both and—but act fast, because the Rocha superfans sure will.

Ganni x Paloma Elsesser

Speaking of products teased on the runway, those size-inclusive pieces Paloma Elsesser debuted during Ganni’s spring/summer 2024 presentation at Copenhagen Fashion Week earlier this year are finally making it to store shelves as well. The model has lent her hand to the Danish brand, working with Ganni’s creative director Ditte Reffstrup to create a capsule collection. The result is comprised of seven pieces—four dresses and three trousers—rendered in a deep red mesh, heavy brown knit, a black-and-white polka-dot mesh, and a gray check. Some of the dresses boast hoods, but they all feature bodice cutouts, while the pants can be worn underneath their matching dresses (as Elsesser did with the red mesh set to open Ganni’s recent runway show) or on their own. All items, of course, are adorned with Ganni’s butterfly logo charm. This collection builds on Ganni’s existing dedication to size inclusivity with products across their main collections and collaborations already offered in an extended size range of EU 32-52. The Paloma Elsesser capsule collection will be available on, as well as in select stores across Europe and the U.S., beginning on April 17th.

Photograph by Lee Mary Manning

Marc Jacobs x Anna Sui

Anna Sui is joining in on the continuing celebrations for Marc Jacobs’s 40th anniversary. The longtime friends and collaborators are teaming up for the third time, bringing back the cartoon versions of themselves, first conceived by illustrator Will Broome in the early aughts, as Miss and Mister Marc. This time, the duo is placed on a Marc Jacobs classic—the Snapshot bag—their white, rounded faces drawn on either side of the brand’s logo. The collaboration also features a green and white, limited-edition varsity jacket. This one is void of Broome’s cartoons, but is covered in custom patches, including those featuring Marc and Anna’s respective initials, an “84,” representing the year the brand launched, and stars climbing up the left arm. “There is nothing better than creating with a friend,” Sui said in a statement about the collaboration, which will be available to shop on and on March 28th.

Louis Vuitton Men’s x Tyler, the Creator

Pharrell Williams is bringing his friends and family into the fold at Louis Vuitton as the recently-appointed creative director of menswear. After composing the soundtrack for Louis Vuitton’s fall 2022 men’s show, musician Tyler, the Creator has been invited back—this time in an even larger capacity: to conceive a spring 2024 men’s capsule collection for the brand, available now on Tyler’s preppy tilt is clear within the collection, which boasts cable-knit sweaters, knee-skimming shorts, and matching sets. While the pieces are relatively trans-seasonal, spring is represented in the form of colors, with sky blues and pastel pinks brightening up deep chocolate brown and black, choices that deliciously evoke a Parisian patisserie. The iconic LV emblem is also re-introduced here, this time hand-drawn by Tyler. Paired with sketches of the artist’s own Airedale Terriers, daisies, and even some food items, the patterns in the collection add a touch of whimsy often associated with Tyler. “My main focus was making things I would wear all the time,” Tyler said in a statement. “I dress the same in a meeting as I do a performance or grocery store trip, so hand-drawing the monogram felt like the perfect balance to me.”

Pamela Anderson x Re/Done

The denim brand Re/Done has always had a thing for the ’90s: they got their start by tweaking the fit of old pairs of Levi’s to suit modern tastes. Now, they’re partnering with Pamela Anderson, the ultimate ’90s It Girl, on a capsule inspired by some of her favorite off-duty style staples from that decade. The collection includes light wash jeans made from upcycled denim, cheeky graphic tees and cropped hoodies made from organic cotton, and vegan apple leather patches—Anderson is an avid environmentalist, hence the focus on sustainable materials. The full collection is available on Re/Done’s website today.

Veneda Carter x Timberland

Timberland is an iconic label all on its own—but add stylist and jewelry designer Veneda Carter’s exacting eye to the mix, and the outerwear brand gets a whole new look. Just two years ago, the L.A.-based creative released her first collaboration with Timberland: a shiny patent-leather version of the brand’s classic 6” wheat boot, a silhouette that’s been a staple in Carter’s personal wardrobe for years. The style—which the Internet quickly dubbed as the “glazed doughnut boot”—was an instant hit. “It has been so exciting to see how many people the shoes speak to,” Carter says. “Even those who have never worn Timberland before are wearing these shoes.”

Thanks to the success of the first collection, Carter and Timberland have partnered once more, introducing three new styles in what is becoming her collab signature—patent leather. The 6” boot will now be available not only in wheat patent leather, but in black patent leather as well (a fierce colorway already worn by the likes of Drake). But what Carter is most excited for in this second iteration is the new zip-boot heel: a silhouette inspired by a 2019 Timberland Poshmark find that barely cost Veneda $20. The design gives Timberland fans a touch of sleek elegance and elevation. Timberland x Veneda Carter Drop 2 will be available to shop at flagship Timberland® stores and online, as well as select retailers on Tuesday, March 5th at 8 AM EST.

Courtesy of Veneda Carter. Photographed by Liam MacRae.

Louis Vuitton Remix Collection

No longer must you search the depths of Depop to find Louis Vuitton bags of the early aughts. Now, you can purchase one, brand new, from the house itself. Louis Vuitton has caught on to the Y2K craze, and it’s bringing back two of its most popular prints and one of its classic bags from the era with the new LV Remix Collection. The Monogram Vernis and Monogram Denim, which originally debuted in 2000 and 2005, respectively, find a place on a range of bags, including the Croissant from 2002. Other more modern styles like the Capucines get the Denim and Monogram treatment as well, as does a range of belts, shoes, and hats. If you wish to dress in head-to-toe denim Louis Vuitton like you’re heading out for a night at the club with Paris Hilton in 2005, you’ll find everything you need right here.

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

La Ligne’s Anniversary Archive Collection

American fashion brand La Ligne is celebrating its seven-year anniversary by giving back to its fans. Ahead of the milestone, the brand’s cofounders Meredith Melling, Molly Howard, and Valerie Macaulay presented over 30 archival styles and allowed consumers to choose their favorites. Now, the winning seven styles are being reissued in a limited-edition collection, allowing for one more chance to snap them up. Of course, La Ligne’s signature stripe is present within the collection, in the form of a half-zip sweater, black and white button-down, and more. Wardrobe staples are also at play, like a classic satin slipdress and wide-leg tuxedo pants. The collection is available now online at as well as at La Ligne’s bricks-and-mortar locations.

Louis Vuitton Men’s Spring/Summer 2024 Pop-Up

Louis Vuitton is lending its Parisian sensibility to downtown Manhattan with the opening of a SoHo pop-up celebrating Pharrell Williams’s first collection as the creative director of Louis Vuitton Men’s. The only experience on the East Coast dedicated to the collection, the Pont Neuf–themed store takes inspiration from the setting where Williams staged his first show back in June 2023. Covered almost completely in gold, the space boasts Parisian-style molding inspired by the bridge, as well as streetlamps that will transport you to the City of Light. A white and gold checkered floor pays homage to the house’s classic Damier pattern, which Williams reinterpreted throughout his spring/summer 2024 collection. Accessories, jewelry, leather goods, luggage, ready-to-wear, shoes, and trunks will be available at the shop, while a second location down the street will offer an appointment-only experience. The pop-up will be open from January 4 through mid-March with a second drop of goods coming on February 8.

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

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