Crystals Advisory Board teams up with Swarovski Creators Lab on Capsule


Swarovski Creators Lab begins its first ready-to-wear collaboration with Advisory Board Crystals.

Swarovski’s Collaborations and Innovations Platform teams up with the fashion brand to create a collection of sweatshirts, track pants and hats that uses Swarovski crystals for modern Advisory Board pieces Crystals.

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The loungewear collection is inspired by British author Tony Buzan’s concept of a ‘mind map’, which is ‘a process of presenting complex information’, according to Advisory Board Crystals. The crystals are sewn onto the pieces in a card-like design. Each sweatshirt features the map design, embellished with a colored crystal from the Swarovski archives. The back of the sweatshirts features the ABC logo of Advisory Board Crystals, as well as that of Swarovski. The sweatshirts each contain over 928 Swarovski crystals.

The Advisory Board Crystals for Swarovski Creators Lab collection.

The Advisory Board Crystals for Swarovski Creators Lab collection.

The collection’s sweatpants are crafted from French terry fabric and feature the ABC logo made up of approximately 821 crystals. The style also offers the fashion brand’s signature pulse pocket, which is meant to store the wearer’s phone. The collection is completed with a logo hat. The collection is available in eight colours: black, white, blue, pink, yellow, dark blue, green and brown.

Crystals Advisory Board was started in 2016 by former Band of Outsiders employees Heather Haber and Remington Guest. The brand has created apparel, accessories and art projects that are generally rooted at the intersection of art and science.

Swarovski launched its Creators Lab last year and has since produced collaborations with brands like Amina Muaddi, Judith Leiber, Nike, FAO Schwarz and others. The Advisory Board Crystals for Swarovski Creators Lab collection will be available from Tuesday on the Advisory Board Crystals and Swarovski websites, as well as in top Swarovski stores. The price of the collection ranges from $150 to $375.

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