HELLO! is celebrating its 30th birthday this year - and while we've got lots of plans in the pipeline to celebrate our big 3-0 (think celebrities, royals, big competition prizes…), the most exciting news comes in the form of our fashion collaboration with Dover Street Market. That's right, we've teamed up with the iconic multi-brand London store to launch a limited-edition collection of clothes and accessories created by some of the world’s most established and emerging designers. Inspired by HELLO!’s iconic logo, they have added their artistic touches to our legendary brand - take a look at some of the key pieces…
Stella McCartney has teamed up with HELLO! to create this tee
Sustainable-luxury brand Stella McCartney has designed an organic cotton £175 T-shirt emblazoned with her own name in our instantly recognisable typeface, while exciting new designer Ashley Williams has designed a range of pieces printed with the HELLO! masthead. Our favourites? Some particularly statement black mohair slippers with a diamanté ‘HELLO!’, £500, and her very Spring/Summer '18 diamanté hair grips, £100 - think Kaia Gerber on the Versace catwalk.
We love Ashley Williams' HELLO! hair grips
Renowned milliner Stephen Jones, who has designed hats for Dior, Vivienne Westwood, Balenciaga, Marc Jacobs and Comme des Garçons, has created a HELLO! baseball cap. Men's designer Charles Jeffrey has even created a Meghan Markle-approved beret for us, £175, stamped with his Loverboy label’s signature aesthetic.
The creative duo behind smartphone accessories brand Chaos, Charlotte Stockdale and Katie Lyall, whose brightly coloured phone cases are favoured by the likes of Cara Delevingne and Karl Lagerfeld, have also contributed to our collection with HELLO! customised phone cases, luggage labels and passport covers. Visit the DSM site to see all the creations.
Chaos have made some HELLO!-emblazoned phone cases
Other, smaller, custom gifts (starting at just 75p!) which include mugs, key rings, ashtrays, bottle openers, umbrellas, pens and lighters can be purchased from HELLO!’s pop-up shop at DSM, which is open for one week only. Each piece has been specially created by set designer Andy Hillman, who has designed incredible fashion sets for some of the world’s most successful photographers and brands. What's more, half of the revenue from all sales will be donated to two charities: Sentebale, which Prince Harry co-founded, and 7: The David Beckham Unicef Fund. Now's your chance to buy your own piece of HELLO! history…
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