We’re not about to argue that big-name collabs are winding down. Because if Maison Martin Margiela x H&M taught us anything, it’s that they’ll still draw a crowd (and throngs of overly animated editors fighting over disco leggings). But while each usually targets a specific vibe--the woman who shopped MMM x H&M is probably different from the woman who waited in line for Versace x H&M, for example--we’re also seeing the expansion of collaborations, so that there’s something for everyone. Take Camper: The footwear brand has established Camper Toðer as a place to partner with not just one, but a range of designers. The spring ’13 season is no different, with something for everyone. For the maximalist, there are the pieces by Bernhard Willhelm--think zebra print cut-out booties and neon-hued sneakers--while artsy wallflowers get sleek platforms and simple lace-ups from Belgian designer Veronique Branquinho. Preppy with an edge? Try the wedge boat shoe from France’s Romain Kremer. Even within Camper’s own in-house line, spring sees candy-colored brogues and sky-high leather wedges. Because sometimes we really do want it all. Visit camper.com for more info--and click here if you can’t wait until spring to shop.
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