The Hottest Fashion Collaborations

Fendi x Versace collaboration campaign picture |

The autumn/winter haute couture shows are in full swing at the moment. So, I thought it was time to catch up on some fashion news! But before I share you my favourite haute couture looks, let’s talk about fashion’s most interesting collaborations at the moment. 

Navy blue cut out dress from the Nike x Versace Collection |
Nike x Jacquemus, source:

Nike x Jacquemus

The collaboration between Nike and Jacquemus proves that sportswear is not only about performance, it’s an extension of your style. Simon Porte Jacquemus drew his inspiration from vintage ACG pieces and Nike campaigns from the ’90s. He brings minimalism and neutral colours to sportswear. The result is a blend of outdoor and court sports with an aesthetic touch. Every collaboration at Nike is an equal partnership, in which Nike brings its heritage such as ACG and Dri-FIT fabric and interweaves it with the style of the designer. The collection celebrates style and comfort at affordable prices. Launched on 28th of June, the full collection has already sold out on although there are still drops expected on Nike’s SNKRS app. 

Black dress from the Fendi x Versace collaboration look |
Fendace Collection, source:
Campaign shot of Nike x Jacquemus collection |
Nike x Jacquemus, source:
Look from the Fendi x Versace collaboration |
Fendace Collection, source:

Fendi x Versace

When Kim Jones and Donatello Versace put their creative spirits together, the result is Fendace! A collection that brings together the signature Versace codes with Fendi’s FF logo pattern. This collaboration is a celebration of signature silhouettes, expert craftsmanship, Fendi patterns and the iconic Medusa motifs. The women’s collection has Donatella’s fabulous glamour and Jones’ go-for-it playful flair to it. 

Personally, I find the bags and jewellery pieces absolutely stunning. If you are into chunky, golden jewellery pieces or leather bags with heavy metal details, you should definitely check out the collection.

Model wearing a black long sleeved crop top and a gold printed flowy high waisted skirt with highed heeled sandals |
Fendace Collection, source:
2 models showing the golf and tennis inspired outfits from the Adidas x Gucci collection |
Adidas x Gucci, source:

Gucci is HOT

The Adidas x Gucci collaboration that launched in May sold out in no time. Designed by Gucci’s Alessandro Michele, the collaboration merges the Gucci emblems with those of the iconic Adidas sportswear brand. The whole collection has a very old school 70’s vibe with playful prints and vintage colours such as burned orange, red and green collars on creamy shirts and mustard. You can check out the collection on

Adidas x Gucci wasn’t the only collaboration the fashion powerhouse started these last few months, they also launched Gucci x Souleiado.


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Souleiado is a French clothing brand that lies at the very foundation of the vibrantly patterned fabrics that the Provence has become known for. In 1939, Charles Deméry built a cotton textile factory that specialised in the typical block-printing technique. An expertise that has come to define the south of France for many people in the world. In 1947, his wife created a first ready-to-wear line with the fabrics Charles made, which led to the expansion of the family business. 

Today the company focuses on preserving a 360-year old craft technique by reimagining its heritage prints and fabrics. This capsule collaboration with Gucci aims to celebrate the colourful prints and silhouettes of the late 1970s. For those of you interested, the collection is currently for sale at the Gucci Vault.

Model showing a look from the Gucci x Souleiado Collection |
Gucci x Souleiado, source Gucci Vault

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