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Stars Wars: May the Fashion Force be with you

Even the fashion crowd have got in on the excitement of the upcoming Star Wars film, with some of the leading British designers coming together to create a capsule collection to celebrate it’s highly anticipated release.

Designers, including J.W Anderson, Claire Barrow, Peter Pilotto, Phoebe English, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Thomas Tait, Nasir Mazhar, Agi & Sam, Bobby Abley and Christopher Raeburn, have each created a t-shirt and sweater inspired by various Star Wars themes.

Exclusively available at Selfridges and with proceeds going towards Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, make sure you pick up one of these limited edition pieces for the ultimate Jedi power.

May the force by with you!

Preen Sweater – £110

Claire Barrow – £55

J.W Anderson – £110

Bobby Abley – £110

Peter Pilotto – £110

The Anya Hindmarch Service Station…

Anya Hindmarch is teaming up with Selfridges to bring you an exciting retail collaboration showcasing her AW15 runway collection. The Selfridges London carpark will be transformed into an M25 service station – the perfect place to try and buy the new collection – including the Anya Hindmarch classics all featuring British motorway signage.

The Service Station will feature a Little Chef snack bar, photobooth and a Kiosk selling a collection of 25 service essentials – all created exclusively for Selfridges and only available at the Service Station.

#SelfridgesXAH

Imagery courtesy of Vogue.co.uk 

The Hot New Menswear Collab We’re Going Crazy For…

The hottest menswear collaboration of the season has landed in store today and we are in LOVE!

The Supreme x Dr Martens is the first project between the two labels and features a custom selection of luxurious boots and shoes! Take a look at Supreme’s newly released Autumn/Winter 2015 Look book featuring the collab!

Grab your pair now before they’re all gone!

 

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tom sachs: nikecraft

Its rare that a huge, slick sportswear brand links up with an artists whose work usually has more than a little DIY feel to it, but thats exactly what has happened with Nike’s collaboration with Tom Sachs. continue reading