Power couples

Power couples

When it comes to designer collaborations, label.m always delivers. We take a look back at the most trailblazing duos

Four designers x label.m SS21

In their most eagerly anticipated collaboration to date, label.m teamed up with not one but four incredible designers to celebrate label.m’s 15-year anniversary. IA London, Simon Mo, A-Jane and DB Berdan each created a signature artistic print to adorn the cans of label.m’s bestselling products. Get set, party!

IA London x label.m AW20

In 2020, label.m turned to award-winning Avant Garde designer IA London to design and create a special edition tote bag. The much-coveted piece was made using eco-friendly fabrics and inks, and featured the brand’s eye-catching motif.

i-am-chen x label.m AW19

For their second partnership, i-am-chen and label.m pulled out all the stops to create a luxurious, softtouch scarf. Featuring an abstract print taken from the AW19 collection, the scarf was a visual masterpiece.

i-am-chen x label.m AW18

A vibrant umbrella brightened up the darkest of days when it made its debut in AW18. Created by acclaimed knitwear designer i-am-chen for label.m, it featured an eclectic graphic print that was a runaway success with fashion fans everywhere.

Mary Katrantzou x label.m SS17

Renowned for her bold technicolour prints, awardwinning designer Mary Katrantzou was a dream collaboration for label.m. The exclusive scarf, which was emblazoned with Katrantzou’s ‘Rodeo & Juliet’ graphic print, was the summer accessory of 2017.

House of Holland x label.m AW17

For their second foray, label.m and House of Holland created a festive gift collection and clutch bag. Inspired by a road trip across America, the star spangled prints embodied Holland’s bold attitude and sense of fun.

House of Holland x label.m AW16

When House of Holland teamed up with label.m back in 2016, fashion alchemy was made. The resulting purple and gold rocket print umbrella and gift boxes were positively out of this world, and made Christmas shopping a cinch.

Jean-Pierre Braganza x label.m SS16

Fashion insiders and label.m fans spent most of summer 2016 trying to get their hands on one of the brand’s limited-edition tote bags. The brainchild of cutting-edge designer Jean-Pierre Braganza, the bag’s distinctive psychedelic print and bold pops of colour ensured it made it-bag status.

Giles Deacon x label.m SS15

To celebrate its 10-year anniversary, label.m and Giles Deacon joined forces to create a limited-edition design for three of its most-loved haircare products. The bold, tongue-in-cheek graphic, aptly named ‘Silhouette of the Clouds’, was an instant bestseller.

Jean-Pierre Braganza x label.m AW14

Christmas 2014 was one to remember thanks to the second collaboration between Jean-Pierre Braganza and label.m. The range included visually stunning gift boxes and a limited-edition scarf in one of the designer’s signature abstract prints.

Giles Deacon x label.m SS14

In his second collaboration with label.m, fashion superstar Giles Deacon pulled out all the stops to create a pair of knock-out pink-trimmed sunglasses complete with a puckered lip print case. Mwah.

Jean-Pierre Braganza x label.m SS13

Another season, another unforgettable collaboration. This time saw the turn of Jean-Pierre Braganza, who together with label.m created a range of covetable Christmas gifts. The stellar collection included a geometric print clutch bag, which was on every fashion maven’s wish list for 2013.

Giles Deacon x label.m SS12

Giles Deacon and label.m made a splash in 2012 when they created a striking swan print tote bag and coordinating cosmetics pouch that was inspired by Giles’ acclaimed SS12 collection.

William Tempest x label.m SS11

Accessories lovers rejoiced when William Tempest teamed up with label.m to create two exclusive bags. In Tempest’s signature print, the tote and matching makeup bag had a fresh energy that was perfect for summer.

Giles Deacon x label.m SS10

Before collaborations became ‘a thing’, Giles Deacon and label.m led the charge by designing three canvas bags decorated in Giles’ distinctive sketches.

  • Words: Lizzie Barron