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Skims and Swarovski Announce Collaboration

Three models pose in Skims underwear and Swarovski body jewellery.
Skims and Swarovski announce collaboration on eveningwear and jewellery collection. (Vanessa Beecroft)

The Austrian crystal company said on Wednesday it will collaborate with shapewear and clothing brand Skims on a collection of body jewellery, intimates and ready-to-wear. The collection is co-designed by Swarovski’s creative director Giovanna Engelbert and Skims founder Kim Kardashian.

The range, which launches Nov. 7 on Swarovski’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan as well as online on Skims’ website, includes crystal-embellished Skims staples, like its mesh dresses and bodysuits.

This is the intimates label’s latest high-profile collaboration. In 2021, Skims partnered with Fendi on a ready-to-wear collection, and just last week, Skims announced that it had inked a deal to be the official underwear partner of the NBA.

Skims raised $270 million in a Series C funding round earlier this year that valued the company at $4 billion.

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