Anthropologie Jumps on the Designer Collaboration Bandwagon

Collaborations / April 3, 2012
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Anthropologie Collaborations
From left to right: Pipit, Hi There! From Karen Walker, Zoologist by Charlotte Linton

It seems that Anthropologie is finally catching up to its fast fashion peers and jumping on the collaboration band wagon.

While most retailers ease into the collaboration process, Anthropologie is going full force by debuting 11 lines all at once through an online outlet called Made in Kind.

Collaboration collections from designers such as Gregory Parkinson, John Patrick, Karen Walker and several others will go live on April 5.  While most of the apparel will be available exclusively online, a few choice pieces will be offered at Anthropologie flagships and throughout their catalogue.

In true Anthro fashion, the price ranges of most pieces will be in the $120 – $300 range. In a recent press release, Anthropologie announced that Made In Kind will function as an outlet “housing multiple exhibitions per month, each dedicated to a single designer or concept.”


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Saron Olkaba
Saron Olkaba
Saron is a writer and student born in Ethiopia and raised in Washington, DC. She is incapable of keeping a phone for longer than a few months, exclusively wears Miss. Dior Cherie, and her guilty pleasures include any novel written by V.C. Andrews (don’t judge), Essie’s “Little Brown Dress", and Stoli. She is currently obsessed with the poetry of Edmund Wilson and The Arctic Monkey’s latest album “AM”.




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