Unusual Brand Partnerships Throughout History

1. Warby Parker and Arby’s: Some brand collaborations are so bizarre that they can’t possibly be true.

2. KFC and Mam Cupy: As one of the world’s most lucrative fast-food chains, KFC is no stranger to the odd collaboration.

3. Kermit and Supreme: New York-based skate apparel company Supreme isn’t quite as old as you might think. 

4. Lego and Levi’s: Levi’s has been around for a really long time now.

5. Sharpie and Nike: Drawing on sneakers is nothing new, but it’s not often encouraged by brands. 

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6. Balenciaga and Crocs: When Crocs first became popular in the ‘00s, they were often the butt of many jokes. 

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7. Stephen Colbert and Stumptown Coffee: Stephen Colbert is a much-loved television personality that has been in the business.

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8. Bonne Bell and Dr. Pepper: Bonne Bell has an interesting history as a lip balm brand that dates back to the early ‘70s.

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9. Hello Kitty and Ferrari: Car enthusiasts are no stranger to seeing different customizations.

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10. Doritos and Taco Bell: At first glance, this particular brand partnership seems as crazy as a box of frogs.

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11. KFC and Cheetos: Fast-food chains often collaborate with different brands.

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12. Adidas and Arizona Iced Tea: Arizona Iced Tea has an arguably interesting design, with sweet little floral flowers.

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13. Virgin and HBO:  Product placement has been a notable thing across industries on the ground for decades.

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