The formation of colloids with anisotropically patterned surfaces is of growing interest for the creation of hierarchical structures and the templating of nanoparticles. We have recently shown that well-defined two-dimensional platelets with low areal dispersities can be formed by the seeded growth of a blend of homopolymers and block copolymers. Herein we form rectangular platelets containing two block copolymers with different coronal chemistry. On addition of a solvent that is only able to solvate the corona of one block, we were able to form colloidally stable micelles with patterned surfaces via coronal collapse. Scanning transmission electron microscopy-energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy and atomic force microscopy were employed to provide information on the structure and size of the patches decorating the micelle surfaces.