Guess and Tiësto team up again

Guess and Tiësto team up again

Dutch DJ Tiësto and fashion brand Guess continue their collaboration: following the success of the first capsule collection, both parties have created a new and more expansive collection. The second Guess/Tiësto collection will be in shops from May.

“Easy choice”

Paul Marciano, CEO and creative director at Guess, thought the continuation of the collaboration to be an easy choice: "Tiesto understands the GUESS lifestyle so well. To extend this collaboration to more categories was an easy – and a fun – choice”, said Marciano.

 

Tiësto does not hide his enthusiasm about the renewed collaboration as well: he will use the experience he gained during the development of the first collection to create “amazing new pieces”.

 

Extensive collection

The new Guess/Tiësto capsule-collection will exist of no less than 35 pieces of clothing and accessories, for men and women. Jeans, graphic T-shirts, sunglasses, watches and shoes, they are all part of it and will be on the shelves from May.

 

Guess however is not the first fashion love for Tiësto: in 2007 he already cooperated with Giorgio Armani on a special collection for the Armani Exchange label.

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