2011 Fashion Collaborations To Watch Out For: Karl Lagerfeld For Macy's, Jason Wu Nail Polish, More

February 4, 2011 by Justine Schwartz
shefinds | Celebrity

February 7: Levi’s chambray collection for Opening Ceremony.

February 15: Macy’s first collaboration ever – Kinder Aggugini for Macy’s – hits stores and online. The UK designer’s aesthetic has been described as “an unholy marriage between Coco Chanel & Sid Vicious.”

February 16: During his NY Fashion Week show, shoppers will vote on which looks end up in the Derek Lam for eBay capsule collection.

February: This one is an editor’s favorite. We are so excited for Loeffler Randall for Suno.

March 13: Target reissues 34 bestselling dresses from 17 past designer collaborations. Think Zac Posen for Target, Tucker for Target, Rodarte for Target, Proenza Schouler for Target, Libertine, Alice Temperley, Erin Fetherston, and Tracy Feith for Target.

March 15: UK Style by French Connection hits Sears stores.

Spring: Marc by Marc Jacobs celebrates its 10 birthday with a Greatest Hits collection. Bestsellers will be brought out of retirement.

April: Catherine Malandrino for Lacoste hits stores.

April 14: H&M continues its eco-friendly streak with the H&M Conscious Collection, made with all eco-friendly and organic materials.

April 20: Nobody does the clog trend better than Swedes. Today, Swedish Hasbeens for H&M hits stores.

May 1: Jennifer Aniston‘s favorite beachy brand Calypso launches a capsule collection, Calypso St. Barth for Target. The ambitious line includes beauty, swimwear, kid’s, jewelry, home and, of course, women’s clothing.

May 1: Nine West chose a CFDA winner for their latest collaboration – smart, huh? Sophie Theallet for Nine West hits today.

May: After trying his hands at dolls and bridal, Jason Wu nail polish hits stores. The collection for CND includes colors like Miss Wu (a limestone-gray hue with a satin finish), Brigitte (a dirty rose), Veronica (a blood red) and Sophia (a dark mushroom).

Fall: Fans of Brian Atwood rejoice when his affordable shoe collection with Jones Apparel hits. The line will expand to jewelry and handbags in 2012, and eventually sportswear and sunglasses, too.

September: His last collaboration for H&M caused mass hysteria, so we’re assuming Karl Lagerfeld for Macy’s will be a pretty big deal this fall. The line even has a chic name – K Karl Lagerfeld.

December: H&M launches eCommerce site.


Editorial Director

Justine Schwartz is a veteran women's lifestyle editor; she's written extensively about style & beauty tips, health advice and wedding planning for more than a decade. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine, Huffington Post and New York Weddings. Justine has been with SheFinds since 2010; you can reach her via email at [email protected]

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