Introducing M&S X Ghost June 2021 Collection

Following successful Winter and Spring collections, M&S are extremely excited to announce the continuation of the M&S X GHOST collaboration, with a third limited edition collection available for Summer 21. Showcasing a 19-piece edit, designed exclusively for M&S and launching online and in-stores from Thursday 3rd June 2021.


The retailer is excited to welcome back the M&S X GHOST Mini-Me designs, featuring five Kids styles, designed to complement the wider Womenswear offering; so, you can twin with the little ones in your life this Summer.

The June edit delivers an exclusive collection of Summer dresses which continues to champion Ghost’s signature aesthetic and timeless detailing. The partnership places style, quality, and comfort at the heart of the collaboration, championing exquisite attention to detail and premium fabrications, synonymous with the brand.

Building on the Spring aesthetic, we introduce contemporary Summer styles, playful prints, and a confident use of colour. The thoughtfully designed collection includes an exclusive print curation, with the return of classic ditsy and supersized florals and the introduction of more playful Summer fruit and seashell designs.

A vintage sensibility is once again captured for the new season, and highlights include pretty ruffles, shirred detailing and beautiful sleeve finishes that further elevate the styles. The June M&S X GHOST collection will be available in sizes 6-20.

Maddy Evans, Head of Womenswear Buying comments;

“We’re excited to introduce a beautiful new collection for June, as part of our ongoing collaboration with GHOST. Capturing the essence of Summer and showcasing brand new styles and prints, we take customers on an eclectic print journey. Bringing back favourites including the polka dot and ditsy floral and introducing new playful designs, featuring strawberries, cherries, and seashells; things typically associated with British Summertime. The collaboration has proved incredibly popular with customers since launch and continues to offer elevated Summer styles that can be dressed up or down and will transition through the season and beyond.”

The M&S X Ghost June 21 Collection is available exclusively at M&S from Thursday 3rd June 2021

Online at and in selected stores; 

Bluewater, Braehead, Camberley, Cheltenham, Cheshire Oaks, Cribbs Causeway, Dundrum, Fosse Park, Gemini, Gyle, Handforth, Hedge End, Kensington, Kings Road, Kingston, Lisburn, London Colney, Manchester, Marble Arch, Metro Centre & Sears.

Womenswear prices range from £59 to £89 from sizes 6-20, and Kids £28 to £32 from sizes 2-16.

A fourth collection will be available in September and will further build on the collaboration.

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