Saturday, March 2, 2013
H&M at Paris Fashion Week
There was one runway show at Paris Fashion Week where anyone could buy the clothes straight off the catwalk. For the first time H&M featured its collection at Paris Fashion Week. The fashion retailer made its debut in a more intimate setting of the garden of Musée Rodin. It was a collection that had simple, clean, lines and tailoring in the jackets. The show opened with a black cape that had a subtle equestrian take. Black and white was the core color story here with minimal use of other colors. We saw bits of red, gold fringe and soft shades of pink. Overall it was a wearable collection with pieces that could be worn by anyone and easily mixed into your wardrobe.
Posted by Ivy Prosper at 9:42 PM
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