Posts Tagged ‘H&M’


December 28, 2009

Shirt: H&M, TT: AA, Pants: Can’t remember, Bag: H&M, Boots: Blackstone

I just love those new pair of boots, when I first saw them I instantly fell in love with them. You can’t see them very well ┬ábut in my next post I’ll show a picture up close. I’ll be wearing them to a job interview I have tomorrow morning. I’m so nervous!


Queen of Knits pour H&M

November 28, 2009

A while ago I read on Wikipedia that Sonia Rykiel was the next designer after JC that will be designing for H&M: Sonia Rykiel pour H&M. She’s a great designer and I personally think H&M should be proud to have such a great designer as her designing for their company (And I’m sure they are very, very grateful.) I totally forgot about the whole Sonia Rykiel for H&M thing and when I was reading the dutch ELLE today I came by ads for this collection. So this news isn’t that recent anymore, but I’m still going to write a post about it. The collection consists of ladies underwear. The prices are really reasonable. I’m not a fan of everything in the collection, but a little diversity is always good right? And that’s exactly what she did, but still she managed to make a collection instead of garments that don’t have a connection at all. The collection will launch on December 5 and will be available in 1500 H&M stores all over the world. Not only in the H&M stores but for the first time for H&M the collection will be in the Sonia Rykiel stores too. This is not the only collection she will design for H&M in 2010 she will design a knitwear collection (ofcourse, this is where she’s famous for) plus an accessory collection on 20 February.

Hey JC, JC you’re alright by me Sanna Hosanna

November 14, 2009

Today H&M opened its doors for the shopaholics who were all in line for the Jimmy Choo for H&M collection. No, I wasn’t one of them since I think that 4/5 of the whole crowd was there because the products had Jimmy Choo on it. Just like when Matthew Williamson designed for H&M. When you walked by people who were standing by those colorful clothes you could hear most of the people thinking:

‘Who is Matthew Williamson?’

I don’t like the collection at all and I think it’s a bit pricy. I certainly won’t pay 199 bucks for a Jimmy Choo for H&M bag.

I don’t find the men section that special.