In keeping with eco friendly fashion, the high street retailer has taken left over fabrics from the Lanvin collection and turned them into a cute collection of accessories, sportswear, dresses, tunics, skirts and jackets that will be available in select stores. The collection, titled...

Last month you've got a sneak peek of the Versace for H&M Spring 2012 Collection that will be exclusively available in countries with H&M online sales only from January 19, 2012. Today VOGUE UK posted the entire lookbook of the collection for both men and women, sadly I won't be able to get my...

However, H&M reaches at least 1,000 steps more, collaborating with a new collection by a Swedish fashion blogger Elin Kling, who started her site in 2007. Now the personal-style blogger collection will be available just there. And this is really a shame, because it's one of the best...

Versace for H&M 2012 Cruise Collection Think shorty-shorts, swim-wear, gold-stud-embellished white jeans, flirty fruity prints, shoes, accessories and jewelry – all of which Donatella describes as pretty and elegant, with a "fresh feeling for a new year." So what's the rub? Rumor has it...

are now offering a small collection called Waste, made from fabric left over from the production of the fashion retailer's collaboration with Lanvin, reported Nitrolicious. The collection makes use of several different fabrics in each garment to create striped, paneled or patchwork...

Big ups to my friend Jose for sending over a pic of H&M's Waste Collection at NYC's H&M Flagship Store (640 Fifth Avenue), I heard it is the only store that will carry the collection. In case you missed the first post, Waste is made from fabric left over from the production of H&M's designer...

H&M has turned the leftover material from the very-sought-after Lanvin Hearts collaboration into a brand new collection...named Waste. Cute. It's only going to be available in about one store per country. For our fair nation, that store is the H&M flagship on Fifth Avenue and 51st Street. The...

After news of their upcoming collaborations with style blogger Elin Kling and Swedish Hasbeens broke earlier this month, the retailer has announced that they've used leftover fabric from the Lanvin (hearts) H&M collection to produce a mini collection called ‘Waste'. The collection is already...

huge in fact, that H&M has tapped her to design a collection for the brand. World Wide Web- Swedish retail giant H&M is collaborating with a blogger to create a new line. Elin Kling is a Swedish fashion blogger, who is kind of a big deal. This is amazing for her! The collection will only be...

{ Stylelist } H&M Makes Waste Fashionable: H&M got all sustainable and created a mini collection called "Waste" out of fabric leftover from the Lanvin for H&M collection. Shame it's nowhere near as cute as the Lanvin collection. { Nitrolicious } Oscar de la Renta Is Not a Fan of Michelle...

 

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