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The best celebrity style collaborations of 2020, from Drake x Nike to Sofia Vergara x Walmart

By Kenisha Alexander

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By Kenisha Alexander

With award shows, movie premieres, exclusive parties and a long list of other such events cancelled and everyone being confined to their homes, there has been a gradual shift in the way we view some of the biggest stars.

One of the ways celebrity culture has changed has been an increased focus on style collaborations. The lack of red carpet events has meant we’ve been keeping up with these releases to still feel connected with some of our favourite celebrities.

From jewelry to Crocs, our favourite stars were busy putting their stamp of approval on a laundry list of products this year. With no further ado, scroll through the gallery (or click through if you're on desktop) for our favourites from 2020.

Photos: © Coach and Quay


Stella x Karla

Stylist to Justin Bieber, Sarah Paulson and Tracee Ellis Ross, Karla Welch partnered with Stella Artois to create an athleisure line that supports a great cause. A portion of each product sold goes directly to benefit the National Resources Defense Council.

Photo: © Stella x Karla


Chopard x Chloe Sevigny

The Academy Award-winning actress and fashion icon collaborated with luxury accessories brand Chopard to deliver three unique colourways as part of the Green Carpet Collection Bag.

The pieces were made from sustainable fabrics in a conscious effort to make the luxury industry a little more environmentally-friendly.

Photo: © Chopard


Canada’s favourite musician launched his first collaboration with streetwear powerhouse Nike with a line named after his upcoming album, Certified Lover Boy, which is expected in January 2021.

The range encompassed graphic tees, socks, baseball caps and even puffer jackets, all embellished with the Certified Lover Boy logo.

Photo: © Drake Related


Coach x Jennifer Lopez Hutton Bag Collection

The talented singer, dancer and actress can also list designer on her resume. This year, J.Lo released a limited edition Hutton Bag that she made in collaboration with Coach's Creative Director, Stuart Vevers.

Photo: © Coach


Crocs x Justin Bieber With Drew

Although the Canadian crooner is normally known for his elevated take on luxury streetwear, he is also highly recognized for his comfy and chic style and his uncanny ability to even make Crocs look cool. This could be why Crocs decided to partner with Justin and his brand Drew – that or his ability to turn everything he touches into gold.

Photo: © Crocs


Adidas x Pharrell

Although the singer and producer’s relationship with the iconic sportswear brand dates back to 2014, he still finds a way to remain innovative every year, and 2020 was no exception.

The release of the 2020 HU NMD sneakers included Pharrell’s usual pops of colour, and unique shapes and architecture. But this year, the brand really took its message of inclusivity to the forefront, with embroidery written in Korean meaning "ethnicity" on one pair and another pair of kicks having embroidery featuring the Chinese saying of "humanity."

Photo: © Adidas


Justine Skye x H&M

The R&B songstress is as known for showing off her vibrant sense of style in the New York and Los Angeles party scenes as she is for releasing sultry music that speaks to the soul. So it was no surprise when she collaborated with H&M on a capsule collection of oversized tees, bike shorts and metallic accessories, among plenty of other pieces we could not wait to get our hands on.

Photo: © H&M


Sofia Vergara x Walmart

The new year was ushered in with perhaps one of the most surprising collaborations on our list. Sofia Vergara collaborated with mega retailer Walmart, bringing a touch of elegance and style to their womenswear section with her collection of “Sofia” Jeans. The collection also includes sweatpants and even curve-hugging bodycon dresses that are definitely Sofia approved.

Photo: © Walmart


Heidi Klum x Disney Villains

Heidi Klum is one supermodel who has not been shy about displaying how proud she is of her four kids, and like all houses, we bet Disney has been extremely popular in the Klum family. So when the television host and model revealed she would release an Amazon exclusive sportswear line in collaboration with the media conglomerate, fans went wild.

The collection comes complete with oversized tees and cozy sweatpants that all feature Disney villains looking extra diabolical.

Photo: © Disney Villains


Quay x Lizzo

Lizzo has always been bold and fearless with her fashion choices. Whether it’s a fuchsia tulle vision at the American Music Awards or a bell-sleeved shirt dress in neon green at the GLAAD Media Awards, she has never been one to air on the side of caution. So it makes sense that the “Truth Hurts” singer partnered with Quay Australia.

The resulting sunglasses collection was an array of bold shapes and unique colours. And the partnership wasn’t a one-off – Lizzo teamed up with the brand not once, but twice, and delivered incredible pairs each time.

Photo: © Quay


Betsey Johnson x Torrid

The fashion designer reigned supreme in the 1980s and 1990s with her vibrant designs and use of unconventional patterns and symbols. This year, she teamed up with plus-size retailer Torrid for their holiday collection, as well as their spring collection.

Photo: © Torrid

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