Rodarte x & Other Stories Is Almost Here

Rodarte x & Other Stories, shot by Harley Weir.The collab of the year.
 
The collaboration of the year is about to hit shoppers in just a few weeks time. Last October, Rodarte and & Other Stories announced a capsule collection for Spring 2016, and they have been sharing sneak previews of the style salade on Instagram over the last week. 

For the collection, Rodarte’s L.A.-influenced crafty high fashion is infused with a street style comfort, courtesy of Swedish retailer & Other Stories. This creates an avant-garde menu of of patchwork leather skirts, moto jackets, shimmery sequin dresses, and polka-dot tights; in short, Scandinavian-chic meets Californian-nonchalant.  This feeling is captured effortlessly by 28 year-old fashion photographer of the moment, Harley Weir, and we can't wait to see the complete campaign.

For now, we've compiled all of the glimpses of the collection so far - from lookbook shots to styling ideas from Chloe Sevingy.  We really need more collabs like this one; they're the real deal! The line hits stores and online on March 17.









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