In 2018, Frances and Denis continued collaborating on projects, taking their concept to an all-new level with the launch of a showroom, John Moore Reimagined, for Paris Fashion Week S/S 2019. They collaborated with Richard Torry and Bernstock & Speirs hat designers, taking their avant-garde, post-punk, do-it-yourself, surreal concept into the 21st century. In 2019, they launched their Digital Printed Trompe l'oeil knitwear collection, which was sold at 10 Corso Como and Comme Des Garcons Trading Museum in Japan. In 2020, they were invited to create designs for the Design Museum Surrealism Exhibition 'Objects of Desire'. Insideout also created a distressed herringbone print on satchel accessories and shoes in collaboration with John Moore Reimagined, Bernstock Speirs, and The Cambridge Satchel Company, which was launched in 2021. Their most recent project was a collaboration with the T-shirt Brand Happy House for an NHS T-shirt Collaboration with DJ Fat Tony and Designer The Collagist.
Surreal T-shirt & Tote Bag Design, Design Museum'Objects of Desire Exhibition' 2022-2023
Surreal Digital Printed Merino Knitwear 2019
Cambridge Satchel Company Collaboration 2020
Collaboration Shoe Designs with George Cox 2020
Trompe l'oeil post bag 2020 collaboration John Moore