With so many collaborations out this summer, it may be difficult to determine what you should blow your paycheck on.
We have narrowed it done for you, here are three collaborations worth the splurge.
The collaboration dropped online May 19th at 3 p.m. eastern time at Guess Online.
The collaboration is full of bright and bold colors that dominate the range to express California’s agricultural heritage.
These colors stem from the rich varieties of fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers that are found in its distinct landscapes, sunshine and ocean breeze. The event’s bright color palette referenced Sean Wotherspoon’s vegan lifestyle.
Some items unveiled at the event include over-dyed denim jackets, color-blocked hoodies and two-tone striped T-shirts.
According to a 2018 Hypebeast report, the collection includes graphic tees feature a simple white base to emphasize the vintage prints, while the other goods are rich with bold tones. All shirts are made in America and feature Guess Jeans U.S.A. embroidery on the chest in a contrasting color.
Miley Cyrus’ new converse collection that included eight pairs of sneakers and revamped the brand’s classic high-top and low-top shoes was released May 2.
Her line featured bandana prints and a mouse-shaped logo with her initials embedded in the center. The line has 43 pieces including apparel and footwear.
The Miley x Converse collection ranges from $22 for a set of crew socks and goes up to $100 for the track jackets.
Not only is the collaboration affordable, it is also unisex.
“No age, no gender, no sex—I wanted everyone to feel included,” Cyrus said in a 2018 E! News report.
There are seven pieces in the line that include mixed metal hooped earrings and a linked pave diamond ring, they are appropriately named after those two paragons of pulchritude, as well as the Turkish Ayla, halo of light around the moon, and Vesta, a Roman goddess of hearth, home, family, and domestic life.
According to a 2018 Vogue report, Ratajkowski has long been a fan of diamonds and credits her “years of obsessing over jewelry” as the main draw to this collaboration. Aside from the goddess influences, she also explains that “the aesthetic borrows from a young royal, a princess who likes to hit the town in jeans and decadent hoops.”
“I’m a huge gold and diamond person. I’ll wear a diamond necklace with sweats or with a swimsuit on the beach,” she says, noting that she often likes to “mix classic fine jewelry with funkier pieces. To me, jewelry is all about having fun and feeling pretty.”
It seems that this jewelry will be versatile and casual while making you look and feel like a greek goddess. Who wouldn’t want that?
The collection launches in stores and online at Barney’s New York and thedropLA at Barney’s on Saturday, June 2nd and prices start at $6,000.