Dr. Martens x Ganni collab: release date, where to buy and more

Dr. Martens x Ganni collab: release date, where to buy and more. (Instagram/drmartens.com)

Dr. Martens and Ganni have announced a collaboration – and this is everything we know so far.

The two brands have confirmed that they’re teaming up to celebrate 10 years of the classic Jadon Boot by Dr. Martens.

The official release date has been confirmed as 1 December and you can shop them at Dr. Martens.

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The collab was confirmed with an Instagram post from the two brands, which features a teaser video of the shoes.

In the clip we see quick, zoomed in snaps of the new edition of the classic Jadon Boot, which comes in black with yellow stitching and features Dr. Martens x Ganni logos.

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Fans are excited about the upcoming collab, with one commenting: “Holy moly, can’t wait to see this launch!”.

Another said: “seriously please no my wallet cant handle any more.”

Others called it a “dream collab” and said that it’s “too good”, with another saying they “can’t miss it”.

The Dr. Martens x Ganni collab has been confirmed to be released on 1 December and they’re priced at £249 from drmartens.com.

Plus you can sign up to the brand’s mailing lists for the latest news via Dr. Martens and Ganni.

Ganni teams up with New Balance

Earlier this year Ganni collaborated with New Balance on a sneakers collection that was snapped up by fans.

The range featured reimagined versions of the sneaker brand’s classic 1906R and RC30 silhouettes in yellow, black and white colourways.

After launching online they sold out quickly, with Taylor Swift spotted wearing a pair of the white and yellow trainers.

It’s marked a number of collabs from the popular brand this year, which also included one with Barbour for Fall/Winter 2023.

The nine-piece collection featured a mix of signature Barbour outerwear and winter-ready accessories.

Discussing the collab, Ganni said: “We just had to join forces with Barbour again – there was so much potential for another collab and so much we didn’t get to the first time around.

“This time we wanted to really continue to value the craftsmanship and added even more joyful elements incorporating our classic leopard print – to me, leopard print is timeless,” said creative director, Ditte Reffstrup.