Frida Kahlo inspires new collections from Shein

Global fashion and lifestyle e-retailer, Shein has partnered with the Frida Kahlo Corporation and OEG Latino to launch new apparel and accessories collections paying tribute to the iconic Mexican painter.

With over 80 styles, the collaboration is one of the largest ever designed for Frida Kahlo, highlighting her legacy of creativity, strength and female empowerment.

The creative minds behind the Shein x Designers programme for up and coming talents contributed to the collections – paying tribute to Frida’s art and originality, her use of colour and love for Mexican folklore.

The collections are available at and its affiliated websites.

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