The weird and wacky fashion collaborations we never thought would work

Over the years many brands (not just fashion) have collaborated to create some of the weirdest products we have ever seen.

Here are our top five!


Prada X Adidas

Prada have just announced on their Instagram account a collaboration with the sportswear manufacturer Adidas is on the way. They are to release two new sneakers, one of the Originals collection, and the other a brand new trainer. No date has been announced yet but according to Instagram, it’s “coming soon.”

Fila X Chupa Chups

Fila collaborated with the Chupa Chups, the well-known lollipop brand we all love. The collection was released in the 2018 Spring/ Summer season and included a wide range of pieces. It included graphic t-shirts, bucket hats, hoodies as well as footwear. The collection was available to buy in stores in Korea, and online at

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Balenciaga X Crocs

There’s no denying that Crocs were a thing. They were a popular trend between the years 2006-2010, and for some reason, brands such as Balenciaga want to keep them around. The Balenciaga Platform Clogs were showcased to the world back in 2017, and in a range of colours as well as embellishments. If you love this trend and want to own a pair of your own, don’t be afraid to spend between $300-$850. Yes, that was THE actual price.

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Supreme X Budweiser

 Back in the summer of 2009, Supreme collaborated with the American lager company Budweiser. The all-over print made an iconic statement.

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Supreme have also collaborated with many other brands, from White Castle and New York underground train system MTA Metrocards to a Stern Pinball Machine.

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ASOS X Lion King

This range includes 55 different pieces from socks to denim jackets. The collection was created earlier this year for the new Lion King movie, and aimed to develop a 1990s vibe to replicate the original film. The most expensive item in the collection is this denim jacket that costs £55.

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