Designer collaborations are the fashion future. With music, art and fashion leaders teaming up with the high street to create cuper cool and stylized collections that often sell out in a matter of minutes. The campaign was shot with top supermodels Natasha Poly, Hanelore Knuts and Tati Cotliar.
How amazing is this T-Shirt????
H&M was one of the first high street retailers to set the trend by collaborating with the finest in fashion world. Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney, Madonna, Victor & Rolf, Matthew Willamson and Sonia Rykiel have all collaborated with H&M in the past creating jaw-dropping collections that attract thousands of adoring fans and often become the most coveted items of the season!
This gorgeous dress would retail for >£1200 so buy for a snip at H&M. It will suit almost anyone but will flatter taller ladies, hourglass and add curves to straight figures.
My heart was a flutter when I found out Lanvin would be making my November this year by collaborating with H&M in their annual Christmas designer collection. The full line has just been revealed on www.h&m.com and will be on the shop floors for purchase on November 23rd. This necklace pay £500 or c£15 choice is yours.
Fashion insiders are already buzzing over the key pieces such as oversized jewelled accessories and Lanvin signature dresses which will all be available at fraction of the price for those of us who not regulars on the Bond Street scene. Check out this 50′s Prom dress. Be careful if you are short go for the more streamlined ones.
The collection is said to feature high quality and craftsmanship despite the price tag, reported Artistic director Alber Elbaz “H&M approached us to collaborate, and see if we could translate the dream we created at Lanvin to a wider audience, not just a dress for less.
I have said in the past that I would never do a mass-market collection, but what intrigued me was the idea of H&M going luxury rather than Lanvin going public.”
Written by Tracy Kawalik. Top stylist Tracy styles for Photoshoots and the shows at London Fashion Week. Tracy is also the Fashion Editor at Zeitgeist Magazine and Fashion and Event Stylist at Push Pony.