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It's official, collaboration is in vogue. More and more designers, artisans, personalities and brands are joining forces to create fun and fabulous products and designs.

Born In Roma, Donna fragrance, from $99. The collaboration between Valentino's creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli and Australian-Sudanese model Adut Akech is one of fashion designer and muse. Adut has fronted two of the house's print campaigns, shooting the one pictured above in Rome.

Serif television, from $1599 (109 centimeters). The Serif television is Samsung's collaboration with industrial designers, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. The duo's first venture into electronics, the shape gives the telly solidity that allows it to sit flat on a surface or hold decorative items on top. Available at select Harvey Norman and Good Guys stores.

Nail shapers, $5.95 (pack of two). Manicare has partnered with Australian fashion label, Aje, to create a limited-edition range of nail buffers. Inspired by the surf, city lights, sun and glitz, the collection plays off this colourful aesthetic. Available in all major pharmacies, Chemist Warehouse and Priceline.

Harlow boots, $219.95. Steve Madden and Winnie Harlow came together last year to create a collection for strong, independent women, with chic styles that span sneakers to stilettos.

Eight Hour Cream lip protectant, $28 each. Elizabeth Arden has partnered with internationally acclaimed artist, Olimpia Zagnoli, who has worked with the likes of The New Yorker, and Prada, to re-invent this cult classic.

Rare Hare trunks, $89. Australian swimwear brand, Skwosh has partnered with Jackalope Hotel's cellar door restaurant, Rare Hare, to design a limited edition pair of togs for days on the bay or when you're strolling the streets.

Hydrating Green Tea Mist, $22. Skincare company innisfree recently launched a Hello 2020 collection with Disney, featuring characters such as Pluto. This mist is enriched with 16 amino acids and minerals to replenish moisture and hydrate the skin with each spray.

Crème Egg ice cream, $4 each or $8.50 for a four-pack. Australia's oldest ice cream brand, Peters has partnered with Cadbury to create a new spin on a cult classic. Available at Coles, Woolworths, independent supermarkets, and most major petrol and convenience stores.

Sisters bralette, $59.99. After two successful collections inspired by their friendship, Hailey Bieber and Kelia Moniz have delivered a "swim meets street" touch to this third Sister collection, in partnership with Roxy.

Electric Eye bag, $39.99. Bringing together athleisure styles with more sustainable materials, H&M has collaborated with P.E Nation. The Sydney-based brand is known for its multifaceted and fashion-forward activewear.

Windproof jacket, $79.90. Japanese retailer Uniqlo has joined forces with London-based JW Anderson. Available from April, the collection draws inspiration from the town of St Ives in Cornwall, England, known for its seamless blend of art and nature.

Allegra woven flatform thongs, $520. Mara & Mine teamed up with designer Marina Afonina from Albus Lumen to create a range of relaxed footwear.

2019 sauvignon blanc semillon, $26. Margaret River winery Cape Mentelle is celebrating its 50th anniversary by partnering with leading Australian beach photographer, Eugene Tan from Aquabumps. The Explore Your Horizon interactive exhibition gives visitors the opportunity to experience the winery's story.