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Aspinal of London X être cécile
Aspinal of London X être cécile

Aspinal of London X être cécile
When Yasmin Sewell turned her hand to Aspinal of London’s handbags she didn’t hold back. The classic styles (Mayfair bag, trunk and rucksack) have all been reimagined in bold colour-ways, rubberised leathers, plaids and Nineties-inspired graphics. Of the subversive brand meeting, Sewell said “I love the idea of taking something grown up, classic, serious and messing it up.” Let us translate that as ‘the must-have bag candy for AW15’. From £95; aspinaloflondon.com

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Reebok Classic X Maison Kitsuné
Bring preppy sportswear back, this collection of varsity jackets, sweatshirts and sneakers is a baseball homage that will reignite your interest in the American pastime. With both brands straddling the fashion and music spheres, expect to see these sports slogans in the hipster spheres soon. From September 12; reebok.com

Minnetonka X Maje
Festival season might be over, but there’s a new range of beatnik booties to sway you back into the scene. The suede ankle and over-the-knee styles come courtesy of Maje and Sienna Miller favourite Minnetonka. Each tasselled design boasts a tiny gold charm, which also runs through the AW15 collection and jewellery line. Totem tall boots, £289; and Boheme ankle boots, £179; maje.com

Aurélie Bidermann X Wool and the Gang
Ever the experimenters, Wool and the Gang have amped their playful knitwear up a notch for AW15. With metal skulls, hearts and chain detailing borrowed from jeweller friend Aurélie Bidermann, the softest jumpers and scarves have been made into stand-out pieces littered with trinkets. Buy the bobble hats fast; they’ll be atop the heads of the fash pack come winter. From £162; woolandthegang.com

Marios Schwab X Fiorelli
Anchors, arrows and staples pepper this eclectic collection of bags from the London Fashion Week designer and leading British bag brand. The best part? The high street price tag, which sees the Schwab-designed bags retail between £59 and £95. From September £15; fiorelli.com

Moncler X Erdem
With none of the typical Moncler quilting in sight, London Fashion Week star Erdem chose to embellish cloqué and jacquard fabrics with embroidery and Swarovski gemstones. Think rich burgundy and grey knits, capes and jackets all inspired by an imaginary journey undertaken by the imperial Russian family of the Sixties. Serious coat lust, we say. From the end of September

Grey embellished wool coat; £1,250

Saint James X Claudie Pierlot
Two French brands; one Breton-based collaboration to shout about. Chic Parisian designer Pierlot has lent her unique styling flourishes to Saint James’ nautical knits in a  capsule collection of seven jumpers, a clutch, scarf and twee ‘James and Claudie’ beanie. Très branché! From £30; claudiepierlot.com

Garance Dore X Equipment
Photographer and illustrator Garance Doré has lent her original penmanship to French fashion brand Equipment for a covetable collection of neck scarves, a pocket square and blouse. Each of the trio plays flirtatiously with lip prints in a classic colour way of red, white and black. Ooh la la! From £130; equipmentfr.com

Margaret Howell X Tate Britain
In celebration of the Tate Britain’s Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World exhibition, the London gallery has called upon Margaret Howell to create a capsule fashion collection. The LFW designer has long looked to Hepworth’s signature style and artistic work for inspiration; the smock, duffle coat, scarves and dungarees are all a homage to her utilitarian style. “She was a woman to roll up her sleeves, and a woman who needed pockets,” said  Howell of the practical staples. £65 - £426; shop.tate.org.uk and margarethowell.co.uk/shop

Oasis X V&A
Born out of a mutual love of print and colour, this flower power collab saw the Victoria & Albert museum lend Oasis a selection of the 18th and 19th century prints in its archive. The result is a selection of delectable  dresses, tops, trousers etc each peppered with one of 11 botanical prints. There will even be a second drop of the collection on July 30. From £16; oasis-stores.com

Frame X Whistles
From ‘street-to-studio’ was the design brief for the fast-paced lifestyle of the Whistles woman and ‘framer’ (Frame gym bunny). The 13 piece edit features shape-sculpting bras, studio leggings and leotards for the on-the-go ladies squeezing in social engagements as well as gruelling gym sessions. From £35 - £85; whistles.com

Jimmy Choo X Rafael Mantesso
With just his bull terrier, aptly named Jimmy Choo, for company after a divorce Brazilian artist Rafael Mantesso set about filling his empty flat with illustrations inspired by the pup. Enraptured by Mantesso's quirky illustrated scenarios, creative director Sandra Choi commissioned the creative to provide sketches of his dog for a capsule collection with the storied shoe brand. Available to buy from May 15. From £50; jimmychoo.com

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