Over the past few years, there has been heightened attention on Y2K designs and styling – seen everywhere from the streets to the runway. Launched in 2020, Heaven by Marc Jacobs took this mission by the reigns, offering up newly cast versions of 90’s allure. But the fun doesn’t stop there. Now, the lighthearted design styles are getting in boost as Heaven by Marc Jacobs has teamed up with Kiko Kostadinov for a new collaboration.
By fusing the two brand signature design styles, the collaboration is undeniably peak Y2K. The 16-piece womenswear collection is a conversation on elevated freedom and explosive color – consisting of oversized off-shoulder knitwear, cute graphic baby tees, asymmetrically cut skirts, graphic long-sleeve t-shirts and more. It’s clear that Heaven’s Marc Jacobs and Ava Nirui alongside twin sisters Laura and Deanna Fanning of Kiko Kostadinov wanted the brand to be equally yoked in the offering.
Multicolored plaid button-down skirts with matching skirts are complete with twisted textural detailing – serving as a perfect example of their blended styles. Other shining garments include argyle sweater tops that are elevated with chest cutouts and matching attached fabric pieces alongside cropped graphic teddy bear sweaters. Finishing off the collaboration is a selection of accessories like lighthearted jewelry with stars and teddy bear charms and puffer handbags.
Take a look at the Heaven by Kiko Kostadinov collection in the gallery above.
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