Fashion Refresher Course: 5 Rad Capsule Collections You May Have Missed

January 6, 2011 by Eileen Conlan
shefinds | Celebrity

If you were too busy with holiday gifts to pay attention to super cool collaborations and spoiling yourself, here’s a little refresher course on capsule collections you might have missed–from sunglasses to boots. Why should only Target collaborations get to have all the fun?

1. Karen Walker Eyewear

While Ms. Walker can hold her own as a full-fledged RTW designer, her eyewear is always funky and cool–and has amassed a cult following over recent years. Now, she’s giving back to the fans: her newest capsule collex features old favorites made out of practically indestructible material so you won’t have to replace them for ages. (Karen Walker Helter Skelter sunglasses, $180.)

2. Matt Bernson Special Project Shoes

A bomber jacket Matt owned for 10 years was the inspiration for these cool Special Project shearling zip-up boots ($199, from $220). His capsule collection of shoes at HSN is less expensive than his regular line but has the same pristine attention to detail.

3. Levi’s x Opening Ceremony

Like vintage but without the mothballs, Levi’s teamed up with NYC boutique Opening Ceremony and released these 505 cords that fit just like they did in 1985. Hail to the ’80s! (Levi’s by Opening Ceremony Cord Pants, $39.90, from $148.)

4. Thread by Thread Social

Thread Social was started on the heels of the successful bridal line, Thread, by two like-minded New Yorkers. This capsule collection with HSN shares with the masses. (Thread by Thread Social dolman sleeve dress ($23.90, from $59.90.)

5. Cosabella for J.Crew

In pretty, J.Crew-worthy colors, our favorite thongs can now be found on J.Crew’s website (J.Crew Cutie Lowrider Cosabella thong, $19).

Get the most bang for your buck in our sales and deals section, plus see our calendar of online sample sales so you can plan your attack in the coming days.


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