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15 March Collaborations You Need To Know Now

March 10, 2015 by Maria Bobila
shefinds | Style

Shopbop x Gentle Monster: Exclusively available on Shopbop, Gentle Monster offers cool and stylish sunglasses in oversized frames (cateye, wayfarer, round) and mirrored lenses (purple, pink, and even silver). If you haven't bought your go-to shades for spring and summer yet, here's your chance.

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Adidas x Raf Simons: It looks like the Adidas Originals Stan Smith isn't going anywhere this spring thanks to four new colorways by designer Raf Simons. The simple silhouette that's been everywhere this Fashion Month will be available in dark gray, light pink, red, and baby blue at the end of this month.

SHOP MARCH 31.


Cambridge Satchel x Peanuts: The iconic satchel bag maker just launched a 26-piece collection of zip pouches, dog collars and satchels printed with your favorite cartoon characters. Shop now.


Essie x Rebecca Minkoff: Designer Rebecca Minkoff is tapping into the beauty world with her latest role as Essie's Global Color Designer. Her debut collaboration collection with the nail polish brand is a mix of nudes, neutrals, and punchy pastels for spring.

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Dressbarn's DressBar: Think Dressbarn is just a place for moms to shop? Think again. The  retailer is looking for revamp its image by partnering with designers who can offer a slew of fresh and modern offerings from their shop-in-shop called Dressbar. The debut collection features exclusive designs by Carmen Marc Valvo, Heidi Weisel, Adrianna Papell, and Dressbarn's own DB Fashion Studio.

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Fendi's 3Baguette: Fendi gave a few lucky ladies, including Rihanna, Man Repeller's Leandra Medine, and Sarah Jessica Parker, to design their very own 3Baguette bag for charity. Each bag is completely personal, like Jourdan Dunn's Jamaican-inspired version above, and shoppers have the opportunity to bid for each one to support the 3Baguette charity project.

BID NOW UNTIL MARCH 13.


MAC Cosmetics x Bao Bao Wan: If you haven't heard of Bao Bao Wan yet, then a collaboration with MAC Cosmetics is proof that China's It Girl has some star power for the States. Her makeup collection consists of luminescent powders and vibrant lipsticks and lacquers fit for any stylish maven.

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Aldo x Misha Nonoo: New York-based designer Misha Nonoo has created a debut capsule collection of footwear for spring through the Aldo Rise program, which supports young designers in the fashion community. This season's offerings include on-trend pointy flats and pumps with straps that wrap around the ankles. Think of them as prim-and-proper gladiator sandals. 

SHOP LATER THIS MONTH.


H&M x Coachella: With every fashion brand tailoring their spring selections towards music festival season, H&M decided to go straight to the source by partnering with Coachella for a collaboration collection. Expect loads of boho-chic garb from crop tops and rompers.

SHOP MARCH 26.


Beauty.com x Milly: When shopping for new beauty products, it's no surprise that you end up with a payment total that's way bigger than you expected. (Another blending sponge? I. Need. That.) Luckily, Beauty.com will hand over a free goodie bag of beauty product faves when you spend $125 or more. It also comes in a bright and bold zip-up pouch by fashion brand Milly, inspired by the designer's neon-hued Spring 2015 collection.

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Teva x JammyPack: Talk about a throwback. These two  brands combined their nostalgic powers to offer this exclusive combination. You can buy a pair of Teva sandals and get a JammyPack (read: a fanny pack that serves as portable speakers) in the same Inca print, which means you can bring back the '90s over spring break. 

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NikeLab x Sacai: With the rise of fashionable activewear, it's no surprise that Nike has tapped a few innovative designers to create an athlete-friendly collection. NikeLab has teamed with Chitose Abe of Sacai to push the envelope of women's activewear, resulting in a deconstructed collection of men's-inspired athletic gear in contrasting fabrics and materials.

SHOP MARCH 19.


Etsy x American Museum of Natural History: Etsy teaming up with the American Museum of Natural History is both unexpected and well, kind of perfect. Usually fashion and beauty collaborations are inspired by pop culture and what's trending. But Etsy's collection of handmade goods "inspired by the natural world" captures exactly why people flock to the DIY site in the first place: artisan-supported goods that are one of a kind, from printed leather pouches to decorated ceramic kitchenware.

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ThreadSence's Dreamcatcher: Indie online boutique ThreadSence collaborated with Kiara Schwartz, founder and editor of the fashion blog Tobruck Ave and fashion designer Kimberly Bennett from Tasi Malibu for a six-piece crocheted and tasseled collection that's perfect for your new spring wardrobe.

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MAC Cosmetics x Cinderella: Among the multiple Cinderella collaborations released this year thus far, launching a beauty collection inspired by the fairy tale is probably the most fun. Just ask MAC Cosmetics, who recently launched tinted lipglasses and eye shadow palettes with princess-friendly titles like Glass Slipper, Stroke of Midnight, and, of course, Happily Ever After.

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