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Sonia Rykiel Teaming Up With H&M

Sonia Rykiel to be the next H&M guest designerSonia Rykiel is the latest guest designer for H&M.

The collaboration, which debuts in stores worldwide on December 5th, represents the high street chain’s first designer foray into lingerie and accessories, with the garments also being sold in major Sonia Rykiel boutiques around the world.

In addition, the designer will collaborate on a second collection for Spring/Summer ‘10, featuring knitwear for women and girls. The line will launch in February next year.

H&M have praised the “joyful chic” of their newest collaborator. The store’s creative advisor Margarets van den Bosch said, “Sonia Rykiel is a true fashion icon who invented a signature style around femininity, Parisian chic and modernity—as well as functional, comfortable, wearable clothes. She has an attitude that inspires admiration among women of all ages around the world. We loved the joyful chic of Sonia Rykiel’s 40th anniversary runway show—and in that spirit this collection is all about reveling in great lingerie for its own sake. This is a totally modern, new kind of lingerie look, and when we started to work together with Rykiel on it, we just couldn’t stop. It’s a wonderful highlight for our main collection.”

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More Images of Jimmy Choo For H&M Leak

Jimmy Choo for H&M

Slowly but surely, more pictures of the Jimmy Choo for H&M collection emerge online, and to be frank, aside from the shoes, I’m not too impressed.

The suede and animal prints are a bit on the tacky side; as for the clothes, I could find the same pieces for most likely less than half the price at Forever 21. The sandals, over-the-knees boots, and men’s footwear, however, are killer.

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More Images From Jimmy Choo for H&M Emerge

Jimmy Choo for H&M

Shortly following the over-the-knee boots from the Jimmy Choo for H&M collection, two more pictures from the line are featured in British Harper’s Bazaar‘s October issue.

The one-shoulder tunic dress goes for $247, and the strappy sandals run around $132. For Jimmy Choo, that’s still a steal.

Due in stores November 14, the entire collection will feature both men’s and women’s shoes, bags, and accessories.

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Sneak Peek: Jimmy Choo for H&M

Jimmy Choo for H&M

Ever since H&M announced their upcoming collaboration with Jimmy Choo last June, there has yet to be any word nor pictures of the line until now. Pictured above are the over-the-knee boots estimated at $345, which is fairly pricey (but well worth it) for H&M.

The entire collection, including men’s and women’s shoes, bags, and accessories, hits stores November 14.

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Angela Missoni looking to launch clothing line for teen girls

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Fashion Designers, News, Girls, Women

Angela Missoni55-year-old designer Angela Missoni is looking to follow in the footsteps of her fashion counterparts and team up with a high street store to launch a new line of clothes aimed at teenage girls. According to Angela, “I would like to do something with H&M because I think it is a very powerful way to reach younger girls now.” Other H&M collaborators include Matthew Williamson, Comme des Garcons and Viktor and Rolf.

Angela Missoni also has no problem with models and actresses designing their own clothing collections, as long as they’re passionate about fashion. Making mention of Sienna Miller’s Twenty8Twelve label, Angela said: “These girls do pick up knowledge by being around fashion, so it doesn’t bother me if Sienna does her own range - she has a genuine passion for clothes, so it’s not just about her using her name.”

Other celebrities to have designed their own clothing lines for stores include Kate Moss, Madonna and Lily Allen.


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