I really don't see the value in these "partnerships". Nothing they've accomplished so far is really different than redoing your own upholstery and adding some quirky little clock, as Swiss Army and DWR did.
Triplenet's idea of pairing with well-known designers could be wonderful
if they had real creative license to do a significant redesign. Chris Deam's efforts with the CCD were so well received because it was this major
departure from the traditional version; people said "Woah!" Ralph Lauren's 4 one-off trailers in the early 2000's have stuck in our minds because they touched everything from bottom to top, even if they were a bit too theme-y
But as for the Quicksilver, DWR and Victorinox "editions", I feel like it's just renting space for another logo next to the door. Floors, cabinetry, wheels and windows are all the same.
Heck, maybe they'll do a Harleystream with embroidered handlebars on leather cushions and a sticker on the window. Or a limited edition Cracker Barrelstream with a little rocking chair at the dinette. Or a Vespa Airstream with a little Italian cappuccino maker.