This year, H&M seems to have made it a mission to collaborate with as many talented designers and high-end fashion brands as possible. In addition to delivering high-end fashion at high street prices, the fashion retailers have been on a mission to bring sustainable fashion to the mainstream. Here’s a look at some of their most significant collaborations this year.
Pringle of Scotland x H&M
Pringle of Scotland are one of the oldest luxury knitwear brands in the world. The collection makes use of recycled polyester and organic cotton to deliver premium knitwear for affordable prices.
Mantsho x H&M
Mantsho is a South African designer brand with a passion for vibrant colors and bold prints.
Richard Allen x H&M
Richard Allen is a British scarf designer with an eye for energetic prints and abstract designs. The limited collection was the brief 60s revival we didn’t know we needed.
Giambattista Valli x H&M
The Giambattista Valli x H&M collection is launching this November but judging by the sneak peeks we have had of the collaboration, it may be one of the most exciting H&M launches yet. “Glamor” is the word.