Posts Tagged ‘H&M’

COMING SOON: H&M X MOSCHINO COLLECTION

Sunday, October 7th, 2018

courtesy of Instagram @itsjeremyscott

Over the weekend, fashion designer and Moschino Creative Director, Jeremy Scott, teased his long-awaited collaboration with H&M.  Starring Gigi Hadid, the ad campaign was shot by Steven Meisel.  Styled by legendary French street-style icon, Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, the shoot’s intricate hair was designed by Guido Palau with glamorous makeup by Pat McGrath.

The mini-maximalist gilded set, inspired by a “1950 haute couture show,” was conceived by Mary Howard.  The campaign also features top models, Stella Maxwell, Soo Joo Park, Imaan Hammam, Rianne Van Rompaey, Leyna Bloom, Vittoria Ceretti, and others.  H&M has had numerous successful collaborations with other designers in the past, ranging from Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney, Lanvin, Roberto Cavalli, and Alexander Wang, to Balmain, Matthew Williamson, Marni, Versace, Jimmy Choo, Isabel Marant, and Erdem.

“I CAN’T WAIT AS I UNVEIL MORE OF THE COLLECTION PRIOR TO THE NOVEMBER 8 TH LAUNCH 🚀 I CREATED THIS COLLECTION FOR THE FANS AS MY GIFT TO THEM 💘,” Scott posted on social media. The collection will be available online and in selected stores worldwide.

courtesy of Instagram @itsjeremyscott

 

ASHLEY GRAHAM: NO MORE LABELS!

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016
Ashley Graham
Ashley Graham is teaching us a very important lesson:  not to label people.  The 28-year-old model has often been referred to as “plus-sized,” but she is currently starring H&M Studio’s  (the company’s prestige line) Fall 2016 campaign — one which is not “body positive” or relegated to H&M Plus Size.
Speaking with Harper’s Bazaar, the Sports Illustrated cover girl shares, “It’s exciting to be representing one of the most internationally known fashion retailers that is not only offering more options for curvy women, but pieces that have a high fashion aesthetic.”  Graham acknowledges that she now sees more “inclusivity” in fashion, as it relates to size and diversity.  “My hope is that young women who shop at H&M see me in the ads and are reminded that there is not one standard definition of beauty or one perfect size,” she adds.