November 3, 2010 in fashion
The teasers are finally over and at long last, we can drool over the full collection by Lanvin for H&M.
I’ll admit I’m in love with pretty much the entire collection. The styles are true to Lanvin’s runway fashions, yet the prices are definitely the reasonable diffusion prices we expect from H&M. It’s truly what’s best for both your wallet and your wardrobe!
The full British pricelist is available for your viewing pleasure here. There are several pieces that I love above all others, including the one-shouldered plum dress (£99.99), the white ruffle skirt (£34.99) and the black self-embossed coat (£99.99).
From H&M’s press release:
“Each dress in the Lanvin for H&M women’s collection is of such unique design that it has to be studied on its own. Lanvin clashes a riot of oversize floral prints in a minidress where the verve of the pattern is matched in its cut and draping. A one-shoulder dress in purple or hot pink has a puffed sleeve of unbelievable lightness, while a silk dress in navy or purple has ruffle sleeves, an unfinished neckline and the all-important grosgrain ribbon at the waist. Meanwhile, a ballerina dress has three tiers and layer upon layer of extravagant red tulle.”
There is also a menswear line as part of the collection, featuring Alber Elbaz’s signature bow ties.
The collection lands in around 200 stores worldwide on 20 November 2010. What will you be buying?