Lorna Murray Apparel has collaborated with several luxury and high-end womenswear and childrenswear fashion brands.
Lorna Murray x Bec + Bridge
We have collaborated with Australian fashion label Bec and Bridge for their SS21 Summer Campaign to create a capsule collection of hats and bags, featuring our classic Sandrift and Positano weaves. The collection of hats include our Cannes and Cabana Sun Visors. Our Sun Visors are the perfect essential hat for those wanting an everyday sun-safe yet stylish addition to their attire or as a luxe fashion statement.
Our new sunray-pleated bag design, The Tropez Tote, was launched with this collection. Sandrift and Positano Tropez Tote’s are exclusively available at Bec and Bridge. The Tropez Tote’s is the perfect bag for those wanting to fit their essentials to be used everyday or on occasion, as a luxe fashion statement.
Lorna Murray x Shan and Toad
We have collaborated with Californian-based luxury childrenswear E-boutique, Shan and Toad, to create bespoke colourways with velvet trimmings. Their collections redefine children's fashion and invite you to experience the joy of transforming your little toad into a prince or princess charming.
Our exclusive collection exudes luxury and playfulness, with a combination of bright colours, earthy tones and intricate patterns. Alice-in-Wonderland-esque, it evokes an imaginative wonderland of purity and joy, a childlike dreamscape.
The process of designing with Shan and Toad was likewise one of delight, in which we were able to relive fantastical dreams through our bespoke designs.
Lorna Murray x Pero
Our hats have been featured on the runway at Pitti Bimbo, with renowned Indian womenswear designer Pero, for their children’s SS20 Collection, in Florence 2019.
Just as Lorna is always open to happenstance and discovery wherever she roams around the globe, this collaboration with Pero was sparked by a creative conversation with the Pero team.
Lorna has always adored Pero’s collections and likewise, they share a similar aesthetic vision, so it made perfect sense when she was invited to create the headwear for Pero’s little models. Colourful Capri hats were stacked on top of one another to create an exciting, eclectic vision.