Designer Collaborations for Spring
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By Nicole Mann Novick
New York Fashion Week has ended, but our craving for designer looks has only intensified. Lucky for us, a plethora of big name collaborations will debut for spring, bringing a dose of the catwalk to the budget conscious. Here are 14 of our favorite high-end finds—minus the high-end price tag.
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Marni stays true to its fashion roots, showcasing trademark bold graphics and funky tailoring for its upcoming collaboration with H&M, arriving online and in stores on March 5th.
SHOP NOW: Marni for H&M Dress, $99
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Marni’s color-blocked platforms garner waiting lists each season —even with their designer price tag. These Marni for H&M standouts are worth getting in line for now.
SHOP NOW: Marni for H&M Platform Sandals, $99
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Jason Wu's highly anticipated collection for Target get's our vote for bringing his feminine pieces to the public at pocketbook-friendly prices.
SHOP NOW: Jason Wu for Target Skirt, $30
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A nod to Wu’s ready-to-wear collection, this sheer white blouse with feminine ribbon detail is a sure crowd pleaser. Pair yours with cropped black trousers and oxford shoes.
SHOP NOW: Jason Wu for Target Blouse, $35
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Known for designing First Lady Michelle Obama’s color-injected inauguration dress, Isabel Toledo has shown a penchant for bold hues and high style, which she exemplifies with these economical skimmers for Payless.
SHOP NOW: Isabelle Toledo for Payless Flat, $45
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Toledo infused these espadrilles with French flare. The comfortable platform style is perfect for your next sight-seeing adventure.
SHOP NOW: Isabelle Toledo for Payless Espadrilles, $55
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Rebecca Minkoff shares her edgy style for less, offering a shoulder bag with metallic hardware exclusively to mark customers.
SHOP NOW: Rebecca Minkoff Bag, $60
Material Girl9 of 15
High design label Doo.ri is known for luxurious fabrics and fanciful draping and designer Doo-Ri Chung's new Impulse for Macy’s collection is no exception.
SHOP NOW: Doo.ri for Impulse Maxi Dress, $79
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Doo.ri’s dynamic coat will brighten up your spring wardrobe without breaking the bank.
SHOP NOW: Doo.ri for Impulse Coat, $89
In the Details11 of 15
The ribbon detail and asymmetric cut of this well-priced tee offers added appeal to a blazer and jeans.
SHOP NOW: Doo.ri for Impulse T-Shirt, $39
Fly Girl12 of 15
Incorporating synthetic swan feathers into this color-blocked stiletto, JW Anderson does not sacrifice details while lending his name to Aldo.
SHOP NOW: JW Anderson for Aldo Rise Sandals, $155
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Well-priced shoe line Aldo makes headlines with its capsule collection Aldo Rise, showcasing designer collaborations from the likes of Libertine, Preen and JW Anderson.
SHOP NOW: Libertine for Aldo Rise Platforms, $155
Second Chances14 of 15
Mary Katrantzou’s capsule collection of signature mad prints for Topshop sold out in seconds. This lust-worthy dress by the coveted designer will be available this week, and in Topshop stores in New York and Las Vegas.
SHOP NOW: Mary Katrantzou for Topshop Dress
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Despite years at the forefront of American fashion, Diane von Furstenberg has not forgotten the little people. On March 15, the she will unveil her collection for GapKids, full of her signature bright hues and bold prints.
SHOP NOW: DVF for GapKids Dress, $78
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