Spring is all about stepping into newness—so why not step into some new fashion? This April, brands are embracing all that the season has to offer with new launches, collections, and collaborations. Whether you're looking for floral bikinis or a pair of vibrant sneakers, April is full of options that will help refresh your wardrobe.
From J. Crew's collab with Dauphinette to 323's relaunch, there are a tons of clothes, accessories, and shoes to bring you into the new season. Ahead, some of our favorite new fashion launches of April 2023.
This April, Mejuri and cult-fave brand Luar came together for a noteworthy three-piece collab. Featuring Convertible Hoops ($275), the ‘Ana’ Hoop Charm ($98), and Luar's signature Small Ana Bag ($275), this spring collection is full of classic pieces that make a statement without breaking the bank.
For Reebok's collaboration with Milk Makeup, the brands focused on bold accent colors and geometric shapes. From sneakers to a hoodie, this collection is perfect for adding subtle splashes of color to your spring wardrobe, while still embracing the trendy, neutral vibes.
Never Fully Dressed
This spring, Never Fully Dressed launched a new collection of swimwear. Full of bright prints, bold shapes, and coordinating coverups, this swim collection has everything you need for your next vacation (well, everything besides SPF).
Edie Parker gave their cult-favorite Burn Bag an exciting update this spring with the brand-new Burn Clutch ($295). Available in metallic green, silver, or patent black croc, this (literally) fiery bag has special holster for a BIC lighter and perfectly fits your iPhone—and even if you forget both, it's still a gorgeous accent to any outfit.
Just because there have been a few warm days doesn't mean you should say goodbye to all of your outerwear just yet—especially with April showers on the way. This collaboration from Barbour and Palm Angels includes a classic Barbour jacket in three unexpected colors: pink, yellow, and orange. The coat is the perfect way to transition out of winter, all while embracing bright spring shades and the quintessential Barbour look,
Founded by designer Olivia Cheng, Dauphinette puts the focus on hand-painted prints and whimsical florals. For their collab with J. Crew, they launched a few pieces of swimwear (including a bucket hat and wicker bag) and resin floral accessories. The pieces straddle the line between funky and classy, making them a perfect addition to a spring wardrobe.
Ethical clothing brand 323 just relaunched with their brand-new spring collection. The brand, which focuses on inclusivity and sustainability, released an array of quirky pieces that make a statement—and this trench is the perfect example. Made ethically in L.A. from a vintage chenille blanket, it's an investment piece that will always add color to your wardrobe, season after season.
Aritzia's spring collection is full of wearable new styles, from sweater vests to linen skirts. Despite the wide array of new releases, each fits seamlessly into Aritzia's catalogue of closet staples. Specifically, the brand's newly-released dresses are a stunning assortment, featuring satin fabric, feminine silhouettes, and timeless basics.
A new collection, Forte_Forte Loves Adele, just launched from the brand this month. The small collection includes vibrant crochet accessories, like bucket hats and multi-colored micro purses. Bright splashes of color make these accessories the perfect go-to for spring and summer, especially if you need something to spice up your go-to white tank.
Good news: You can get your own dream house ready in preparation for the Barbie movie in July 2023. Ruggable x Barbie collaborated ahead of the new film, and this Barbie Fuchsia Doormat ($179) is the result—and it's the ideal way to set the tone for any visitors.
Pangaia x Zellerfeld's Absolute Sneaker ($250) is changing the footwear game. This 3D-printed shoe is made on demand, eliminating the waste of overproduction. It's fully recyclable, too, as it can be melted down and reused.
Basics with intriguing details are Closed's bread and butter. Inspired by the artist Judith Scott, the brand's Ocean Eyes collection puts emphasis on high-quality materials, interesting shapes, and pastel colors.
Halfdays' first-ever Spring Capsule includes the Watson Nylon Cargo Pant ($115), Pieper Fleece ($195), Adams Nylon Short ($75), and Nellie Packable Puffer Jacket ($195). Featuring rich colors, this collection is full of pieces that are perfect for outdoor activities, helping with wind and water protection and temperature regulation.
Mango has entered the maternity style game with its latest capsule collection. The drop includes classic styles and trendy silhouettes that are both comfortable and stylish, ideal for keeping pregnant people feeling their best, even as the temperature starts to rise.
This April, Béis is embracing spring with the Sherbet Collection, a new take on their classic styles. The Roller, Weekender, Dopp Kit, Cosmetic Case, and Pouch Set are now available in three gorgeous colors: Berry, Creamsicle, and Citron. (Yes, this is your sign you need a luggage refresh.)
Lonely Ghost, a brand founded by Indy Blue and Bronson Christensen, launched their Connect collection this April. Focusing on themes of connecting to the world, humanity, and ourselves, this launch is the brand's latest attempt to bring mental health into fashion.
Bombas joined forces with influencer and chef Sophia Roe for this collection. Featuring comfortable socks in a range of colors, lengths, and designs, this collab isn't just a good investment for your feet; it's also a way to give back. Bombas and Roe partnered with City Relief, which focuses on providing food and clothes to those facing homelessness, and will donate one pair of socks for every pair purchased.
Savage x Fenty
Savage x Fenty just launched their first bridal collection. Featuring the brand's Baroque Bondage fabric, these romantic pieces (especially the Baroque Bondage Teddy, $75) make your wedding dress the least exciting part of your bridal wardrobe.
If you're looking for trendy new looks for work (or fun), it's a good time to check out Guizo x Ssense's Workwear Capsule. Whether you're looking for new blazers, mini skirts, or vests, this collection has everything you could need for a transitional spring wardrobe—from the office to drinks and beyond.
Nothing says spring like butterflies, and this top from Ema Savahl is the perfect way to embrace the trend. The design is influenced by Ema Savahl's first-ever butterfly-inspired collection from 1997. A favorite brand among celebrities like Paris Hilton and Jennifer Lopez, this gorgeous top makes a statement in any wardrobe.
437's Enchantee Collection is full of gorgeous activewear one pieces and sets. The pieces come in three colors: ballerina pink, light cream, and black-and-white. Whether you're on the lookout for cute workout or hangout clothes, this launch has got you covered.
Ookioh's SS23 swim collection is full of timeless designs that work for whatever summer fun you've got in store. For this launch, the brand put particular focus on size inclusivity, spending 16 months developing designs and proportions that look great on every body. The comfortable, stretchy, and sustainable fabric is ideal for swimwear, and the sizes range from XS to 4X.
H&M pulled out all the stops for their latest collection, titled Innovation Re-Enchantment Design Story. The launch, which features plenty of '60s-inspired touches, offers more expensive, detailed pieces from the brand. Already, celebrities are taking notice: Halle Bailey and Nicola Peltz have already been spotted in some of the styles.
Hill House's new Bridal Capsule is all about embracing the romance. The new collection includes cult-favorite styles, like the Nap Dress ($395), in an array of fancy materials like lace and tulle. Perfect for any wedding festivity, this collection brings comfort and style to even the most stressed-out brides.
Reformation's high-quality pieces and sustainable mission makes them an easy brand to count on. Now, they're taking a step into bags, and these purses are worth all of the hype. With 19 different styles, and prices ranging from $248 to $698, these bags are investment pieces that go the distance.