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Winners & Losers: Anthropologie’s Made In Kind Collections

Anthropologie is at it again, launching a new series of collaborative lines by designers like Mia Christopher and Dusen Dusen. This latest crop includes a new round of items from Karen Walker’s diffusion line Hi There. But for all the winners, there’s also a couple of losers — Swarm’s painted denim jackets look like something you’d find at your eccentric aunt’s garage sale. No thanks.

Check out some selections from the new Made In Kind offerings above!

Check Out Tracy Reese’s Collection For Anthropologie

We’ve been big fans of Tracy Reese for a long time. Her dresses are girly, pretty and the epitome of feminine charm. So we were especially thrilled to learn she’d be doing a capsule collection for Anthropologie. Reese’s seven-piece collection is part of Anthro’s Made In Kind series, where the company teams up with lesser-known and smaller design houses to create limited collaborations. Check out Reese’s designs in the slideshow above!

First Look: Karen Walker’s New Collection For Anthropologie

The next greatest collaboration? We’re betting on Karen Walker’s new affordable collection for Anthropologie. A new lookbook featuring the 35 or so pieces she designed for the store is out, and we’ve selected our favorite nine dresses, tops and skirts. Called “Hi There by Karen Walker,” the line will be available in Anthropologie stores throughout the United States this spring.

Do Not Want: Shark Bite Shirt

Do Not Want: Pants
Ugh, these evil genie pants are horrible. Read More »
Do Not Want: Keychain
A keychain...that comes with keys. Dumb. Read More »
Do Not Want: Stockings
These stockings give us the creepy-crawlies. Read More »
Do Not Want: Shoes
These kinda remind us of Marge Simpson. Read More »

This is a $148 designer shirt sold at Anthropologie, but if you told me it was a $5 novelty t-shirt sold at a seaside gift shop, I would totally believe you. Like, maybe the back would say “I took a bite out of Laguna Beach” or whatever, and surfer dudes would wear it to show off their sculpted obliques and kooky sense of style. Either way, it’s confusing. [$148, Anthropologie]

Your Frisky Deals of the Week

Each Tuesday, we’ll bring you the latest awesome sales from around the web. Check here to see what deep discounts you can take advantage of — from 50 percent off at Anthropologie , to great two-for-one deals at Steve Madden, we’ve got you covered. Sign up at Shop It To Me to take full advantage…

Style 911: “What Do I Wear With My New Anthro Dress?”

I am the proud new owner of Rodna Halter Dress from Anthropologie–which is a store I usually just drool over.  This is my first purchase from Anthro and I have to say it was an impulse buy! Now I’m not sure where/how to wear my new favorite dress.  It’s a fine dark navy corduroy and the neckline is beautiful.  I purchased the size 12 and it makes my short, curvy self look fabulous. The lines look formal, but the fabric and the fact that it has elastic in the sides makes it a bit more casual.  Please help! — Mina Keep reading »

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