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The best collaborations on Sloane Street

From blockbuster partnerships to artisanal projects, here are the best brand collaborations to find on Sloane Street

28 February 2023

Barely a month passes without news of an exciting new designer collaboration, and as two of Sloane Street’s resident houses – Fendi and Tiffany & Co. – recently joined forces to reimagine the Baguette bag, we got to thinking about how many of these special partnerships can be found among the Street’s wealth of luxury stores. Read on for our edit of the very best.

Chopard Mille Miglia GTS watch at Arije

Fine watch partnerships are among the rarest and most coveted (looking at you, Omega MoonSwatch). At Arije, you’ll find one of the industry’s longest-running collaborations in Chopard’s Mille Miglia GTS timepiece. It is designed to commemorate the Mille Miglia, a historic motor race that originally ended in 1957, but was later revised, is still an annual highlight in the calendar of any motorsport aficionado, including the Swiss watchmaker’s co-president, Karl-Friedrich Scheufele. He has raced his own vintage cars in the event every year since 1987 and founded this enduring collaboration the following year.

Chopard Mille Miglia GTS watch, £POA

Brunello Cucinelli x Oliver Peoples

Craftsmanship and fine materials are at the core of both Brunello Cucinelli and eyewear specialist Oliver Peoples, so this really is a perfect pairing. Expect elegantly shaped frames crafted from horn, titanium and ultra-thin acetate, all in Cucinelli’s signature neutral palette.

Moraldo titanium and acetate sunglasses, £449

Burberry x Minecraft

Here’s a sentence we never thought we’d say: Burberry has partnered with the blocky video game Minecraft on a collection featuring its pixellated graphics. Niche? Yes. Collectable? Very. This meeting of fashion and tech is a brilliant example of how to get that tricky blend right.

Scarf, £POA

Anya Hindmarch’s Anya brands

From the sparkling Polo Mints tote bag to the Ship Matches clutch and limited edition Heinz Beanz-flavoured ice cream, Anya Brands is a nostalgic and quirky dive into British snacks, condiments and breakfast cereals. Don’t underestimate the joy that seeing your favourite cereal dressed up in sequins will elicit. 

In addition to Anya Brands, the designer’s ever-changing Village Hall is currently stocked with collaborations between the designer and a range of British brands, as part of the World’s Smallest Department Store concept. It includes gloves made by Cornelia James, scarves from Lovat and socks by Pantherella.

Sprite bucket bag, £375 

Anabela Chan x Miss Sohee

In January, Anabela Chan garnished Miss Sohee’s first-ever haute couture collection, shown in Paris, with a selection of special necklaces, earrings and rings. The craftsmanship, high artistry and innovative materials integral to Chan’s jewellery beautifully complemented the couture, which took four months of handwork to create. And you might recognise the cascading Gold Wisteria earrings in anodised recycled aluminium, which Lizzo wore to 2023’s Brit Awards. They’re saturated with Chan’s signature sparkling laboratory-grown gems and will be available (along with the rest of the collection) to shop in the brand’s Sloane Street store.

Golden Wisteria earrings, £6,990 

Pucci x Fusalp

Emilio Pucci, traditionally known for its vibrant beachwear and summer dresses, and Fusalp, a brand all about skiwear, might not seem the most obvious pairing, but this fusion of vibrant prints with stylish and technical outerwear is perfect for standing out on the slopes. Our highlight is the Marmo-print cape.

Marmo-print cape, £1,150

Fendi x Tiffany & Co.

Popping champagne corks echoed through the fashion industry when Fendi resurrected the Baguette bag in 2019, so you can imagine the buzz around this duet, which reimagines the bag in Tiffany & Co.’s iconic blue hue. It is also, perhaps, the most quintessentially Carrie Bradshaw collaboration there ever was. Made from leather or satin with sterling silver trims, it is a slice of fashion history worth investing in – if you can get your hands on one.

Baguette bag, £3,800 

Bottega Veneta x Gaetano Pesce

Almost as Instagrammed as the clothes themselves were the 400 marbled seats at Bottega Veneta’s spring/summer 2023 show. Creative director Matthieu Blazy recruited artist Gaetano Pesce to create this series of vibrant chairs, which are made from resin-dipped cotton-canvas and all now available to purchase. Each edition is unique and stamped with details of the project on the reverse – it’ll make the perfect conversation piece for your lounge or office.

Chairs from £5,800 

Gucci HA HA HA

The result of a friendship between Harry Styles and Gucci’s former creative director Alessandro Michele, Gucci HA HA HA is something of a swansong for Michele, whose tenure ended shortly after the collection was released. The clothes don’t just symbolise Styles’ eccentric, 1970s-tinged British style or the eclecticism that defined Michele’s era, but a moment in fashion when menswear became so much more fluid.

Textured cotton jacket, £2,250, and trousers, £750

Hackett x Aston Martin

Eagle-eyed viewers of Netflix’s Drive to Survive might have spotted the Aston Martin Formula 1 team kitted out in Hackett for the past two years, and the collection extends beyond mechanics’ uniforms, with an array of motorsports-inspired polo shirts, gilets, hats and more.

Gilet, £230

Hermès Éditeur

In 2005, Hermès’ artistic director looked back on almost 70 years of artist designs for the house’s signature scarf and decided to give them a proper platform. Enter the Éditeur collection, which has since involved works from the likes of Josef Albers, Daniel Buren and Julio le Parc, all expertly applied to scarves in limited editions. A handful from each collection are still available to buy and will make the perfect gift for those who seem to have everything.

Scarf by Julio Le Parc, £6,280 

Moncler Genius

Moncler’s experimental approach to design eschews the traditional creative director in favour of partnering with different brands and designers for each collection. Craig Green, Simone Rocha and JW Anderson are among the creatives on its roster, and four years from its inception, the initiative continues to delight and surprise the fashion crowd every season. In fact, its 2023 collection was the most noteworthy yet, with Alicia Keys, Pharrell Williams, Mercedes-Benz, Palm Angels, FRGMT, adidas Originals, Salehe Bembury, Roc Nation by Jay-Z and Rick Owens all contributing their creative vision.

1 Moncler JW Anderson tote bag, £450 

Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama

Undoubtedly the most talked about (and Instagrammed) collaboration on this list, Louis Vuitton’s latest collection with Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama saw the French brand install a series of gigantic installations all over the world. Kusama’s famous multicoloured dots saturated not only its clothes, but buildings, windows, lifts and just about every inch of Louis Vuitton’s stores. One for the history books, indeed.

Pyramide 4 x Bisten suitcases, £46,500

Nike x Tiffany & Co.

As two of the world’s most recognisable brands, Nike and Tiffany & Co. are the ultimate power couple. This hotly anticipated collection blends their areas of expertise beautifully, as you’ll see from the sterling silver shoe horn. The jewel in this sporty crown is a Tiffany-fied Air Force 1 trainer, complete with blue Swooshes and joint branding.

Nike x Tiffany & Co. Air Force 1 1837, £359.95 

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