After teaming up with Net-a-Porter and Patagonia, Reformation decided it was about time for a new collaboration to be released right before New Year’s Eve, and thus treated us to an exclusive Reformation x Haim NYE 2016 capsule collection that has us covered for the holiday season indeed.
With price tags that range from $128 to $398, the newest Reformation x Haim capsule collection is already available in store and online, and is all about glamour, grunge references and even a few boho-chic, Californian vibes.
Haim, namely one of California’s most acclaimed bands, consists of four members whose style is extremely iconic and distinctive. The band is composed of sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim, along with drummer Dash Hutton, whose styles could be described as a grunge-meets-boho kind of mix. No wonder why Reformation reached out to the siblings to work on a capsule collection, as the trio, aside from being one of the past decades’ most acclaimed emerging talents, is often praised for its fashion tastes.
“We’re longtime fans of Ref and it’s awesome to celebrate their mission of sustainability and work together with like-minded women,” declared the sisters in a statement. “As far as the collection, New Year’s Eve is the holiday that’s always overhyped, but Ref clothes make you want to get dressed and go out — so it was fun creating our own version of that.”
Modeled by the sisters themselves in the newly released ad campaign, the Reformation x Haim New Year’s Eve 2016 capsule collection features 10 it-items, which will particularly appeal to those who love Seventies-inspired dresses.
Jumpsuits and long dresses with plunging necklines are, in fact, the collection’s protagonists, and their standout figures and slightly sleek materials will make you shine through, as well as comfortably dance the New Year’s Eve night away.
Other intriguing staples include the Soto Jacket with golden finishes that are the ultimate glamorous details, and the Coalfax Skirt, meant to be easily worn all year round. The colors chosen include black, gold and, of course, red, with all of the pieces being solid-colored except for a glittery, star-studded mini wrap dress.
If you think the collection might feature something familiar, that’s because, while co-designing the collection, the sisters filled their moodboard with pictures of the Studio 54, Cher, Bianca Jagger and Diana Ross.
The Reformation x Haim NYE 2016 capsule collection is so good and full of must-haves, we definitely believe there will be many more collaborations between the sisters and Reformation!
Photos courtesy of Reformation