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Victoria Beckham, & Other Stories SS17 Press preview In Ireland and Kenzo make for an exciting week in fashion


Words by Nicole Thomsen
October 21st, 2016

The news you may have missed…

Ahead of the opening of its inaugural Irish store on Grafton Street, this week we previewed & Other Stories‘ spring/summer collection and let us tell you, you’re in for a treat. Featuring an array of both minimalistic and decadently feminine clothes and accessories, this collection is sure to set hearts racing and see the beginnings of a wishlist. Take a sneak peek at what’s set to come into stores in the slideshow below.

After the lookbook release last week, the hotly anticipated Kenzo x H&M collection made its runway debut in New York on Wednesday ahead of a starry front row. See the celebrities who donned the vibrant looks below.

Meanwhile, continuing on the theme of designer collaborations, Italian fashion house Marni will release a footwear collection on e-tailer Zalando next week on October 27th. The luxury brand redesigned a selection of famous shoe styles from Dr. Martens, Timberland, Reebok and Vans for men and women with a Marni aesthetic, allowing fans to #StepIntoMarni at a more affordable price point.

Of course, the most exciting news of the week came from Victoria Beckham as she announced that she will release a capsule collection with none other than American retailer, Target. Set for release in April 2017, the collaboration will include womenswear and childrenswear, a first for the British designer. Coming in at an average of $40, the limited edition collection will allow those who cannot or do not want to pay designer prices a chance to get their hands on items by one of the most successful new designers of the last decade. While there has been no imagery released just yet, the designs are supposedly reminiscent of Beckham’s Victoria, Victoria Beckham line. For those who don’t reside in the States, select items from the collection will be available for purchase via Stay tuned.