If you're a fan of the designer's work you won't be disappointed. The collection - which drops on September 10 - is the perfect combination of Wilson's statement sculptural designs and Jaeger's paired back but luxe aesthetic. It features everything from bold statement cuffs to bib-like collars and necklaces that will see you from season to season. If that doesn't get you excited already, the collection is particularly good because the pieces come in at an affordable £120 to £220 price range.
We recently caught up with the designer to find out how the partnership came about, what he has planned for his own line and with his partnership with Jaeger is set to be a permanent fixture
Jason Wu has become the champion of all things flirty, feminine and polished but talking to Style.com this week, the designer revealed that she's shaking things up for his upcoming S/S13 collection.
According to the title, Helmut Newton's seductive photographs were one of the starting points for his latest offerings inspiring him to tap into a more sensual side than we've seen from him in the past and to do so, he's enlisted the helm of lingerie heavyweights, La Perla. 'It has been an incredible experience collaborating with La Perla and having access to all the amazing things we could create with their specialised techniques,' he told Style.com. 'They understood my vision for the Spring collection and went above and beyond my expectations in creating the most luxurious accent pieces to go with my designs.'
Agyness Deyn has been a bit MIA in the fashion world recently. The model has been busy working away on establishing herself as an actress, not to mention not so secretly tying the knot with 'Friends' star Giovanni Ribisi. That's about to change, though, as her debut design effort for Dr. Marten is about to launch.
The collection, inspired by nineties grunge power couples like Winona Ryder and Johnny Depp, is extensive and includes clothing alongside the expect range of accessories and footwear. Expect parka jackets with bright orange lining, daisy prints on button-up dresses, checked shirts and a good dose of feminine lace to break things up.
'I have always had a really intense relationship with Dr. Martens, right from my first pair back when I was 13, which I bought as a combination of showing that I wanted to rebel against my parents and they were the coolest boots that I could get away with wearing to school which stood for something that gave me my own stamp of originality,' Deyn said in a statement when the news of the partnership was announced. And it's true. Over the years we've seen a fair share of head scratching partnerships between models/celebrities and brands but this one makes sense, which will no doubt shine through in the collection.
To celebrate the launch, Deyn and Dr. Martens have created a special film to showcase the collection, which sees the model hang out with friends in California and the cliché 'rebel' things like grafting walls and jumping into a swimming pool fully clothed. That aside, I'm actually pretty excited about this one.
This week Forever 21 announced that they are working on their first designer collaboration. The high street retailer chose Brian Lichtenberg, the designer responsible for Lady Gaga's crime-scene tape outfit that she wore in the 'Telephone' video, to work on a collection of graphic T-shirts.
Although the designer has worked with brands like Blood is the New Black and Alex and Chloe, some were left surprised about the collaboration.
H&M can do no wrong. In the past, the high street retailer has collaborated with everyone from Karl Lagerfeld to their most recent line with Jimmy Choo, not to mention the highly anticipated lingerie and knitwear collaboration with Sonia Rykiel.
Just when we thought that was good enough, the retailer has announced that the Sonia Rykiel collection will be officially unveiled and celebrated with a big runway show in Paris on December 1, days before the collection hits stores.
The show will take place at the Grand Palais, the place of choice for Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel's runway shows, and will showcase the full line including both lingerie and knitwear.
If you cast your mind back to the star studded Stella McCartney launch and the Matthew Williamson party with Grace Jones in attendance, speculation for the font row of the show is already in full swing.
We are pleased to reveal that The Fash Pack will be attendance and will be reporting and tweeting live from the event for you so stay tuned.
Glasgow-born London-based Christopher Kane, who has only just celebrated his 27th birthday – has joined forces again with Versace for a new range of accessories that explore three main themes: diamond, moschettone and labyrinth.
The collaboration, resulting in a capsule collection of bags, shoes and jewels, designed by Kane for the Versace Versus re-launch, was announced by Donatella Versace during Milan Fashion Week.
“I am very happy about this collaboration with Christopher Kane,” said Donatella Versace. “Christopher is a highly creative young designer and his work impressed me from the very beginning. His rock ‘n’ roll style is very powerful, glamorous and sensual, perfectly in tune with the mood of Versus, which was always intended for young people who want clothes that project a personal style that is constantly evolving.”
Got a baby you need to dress? Stella McCartney can help, or rather, she'll be able to soon. The designer is contracted to create a one-off children's Gap collection, available available in select babyGap and GapKids stores later this year. Shoppers in the UK, US, Canada, France, Ireland and Japan, be thankful.
The Gap seems to be kicking up its game lately, with recent collaborations with both Alexander Wang and Vena Cava. We'd like to see an adult collaboration with Rachel Roy, please. Who would you like to bring in?