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Spring into style with these upcoming collaborations: H&M and Coachella, Tori Praver and Target



Spring term means a lot of things: festivals, warm weather and an excuse to buy a whole new wardrobe. Here are some upcoming collaborations that are sure to get you some perfect outfits for a great price.

H&M has teamed up with the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival to showcase a line of men’s and women’s clothing geared to the festival goers. This is H&M’s sixth year as a sponsor for the well-known festival, which is held each year in Indio, California.

The collection is priced from $4.95 to $49.95 — perfect for the college budget. It will be available online on March 26.

“The H&M Loves Coachella Collection really brings to life the spirit of the festival, whether you’re there or somewhere else around the world,” said H&M’s head of design and new development, Ann-Sofie Johansson, to Women’s Wear Daily.

Coachella runs for two weekends, April 10-12 and April 17-19.

Swimsuit designer, Tori Praver also announced a collaboration with Target on her Instagram.

Tori Praver Seafoam will include a 30-piece collection of swimsuit sets and one-pieces. In typical Target fashion, the swimsuits will range between $25 and $55.

The handmade designs will include high waisted bottoms, unique prints and the Tori Praver classic ruching.

“It seemed like such a natural fit for us to collaborate with the leader in fun, affordable fashion. I’m always excited to see Target launching new designer partnerships and am amazed by how well the products turn out each and every time,” said Tori Praver to A Bullseye View.

The Tori Praver Seafoam collection will be available nationwide in mid-April.

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Hailey Geller

Hailey Geller

Hailey is currently a fashion writer for the Emerald's Arts & Culture desk. She was previously the health and safety reporter for the Emerald's News desk.