Topic: h and m shop

Here’s Lana Del Rey In A Darkly Lit Parking Garage For H&M

Here's Lana Del Rey In A Darkly Lit Parking Garage For H&M

Lana Del Rey does ad campaigns because she’s preoccupied with glitz and glamour and gold and decay and Hollywood and untimely death and money and illicit sex and needle drugs and flower headbands and American Apparel. Naturally, she hung out in a vaguely ’80s parking garage for H&M. Here’s her latest campaign for the Swedish big box retailer, which is pretty incongruent with her image otherwise. More »

Here’s The Anna Dello Russo X H&M Collection (It Looks Like Stuff Snooki Would “Design”)

Here's The Anna Dello Russo X H&M Collection (It Looks Like Stuff Snooki Would "Design")

Editor-about-town Anna Dello Russo has “collaborated” with H&M on a line of accessories (here’s the promo video) that are nakedly intended to catch the attention of street style photographers. Since Dello Russo isn’t exactly a big name stateside (outside fashion circles, that is) we wonder if this collection will sell out as quickly as Marni or Versace. The pieces hit H&M locations earl-yOctober and range from $24.95 to $299. Here’s a sampling. More »

Lana Del Rey Now Shilling For Sports Cars

Lana Del Rey Now Shilling For Sports Cars

Whenever we post about Lana Del Rey, we get a comment thread full of angry teenagers, insisting that we’re probably an ugly hag for having anything negative to say about her (it’s true; total hag). Luckily, most things Lana Del Rey does undermine what modicum of credibility she ever had and we have to try less and less. Since the faux-indie musician has mythologized herself to within an inch of her life, she’s now aligning with Jaguar, we guess because she’s all about Hollywood and drugs and tragedy and rotten glamour and… sports cars? Seems appropriate. More »

Marni For H&M Looks Pretty Dreamy

Marni For H&M Looks Pretty Dreamy

We’re always surprised by which designer collaborations cause a stir and which don’t: Versace for H&M inspired mass hysteria, Jason Wu for Target sold out in five minutes, but we browsed Giambattista for Macy’s and it was downright serene. Anyway, we’re really surprised that people aren’t losing their minds with excitement for Marni‘s H&M collection. By which we mean, it looks awful pretty. Here’s some campaign shots, which have that dreamy, lush suburbia quality that Sofia Coppola always seems to be after. Coppola, by the way, was originally said to be shooting the campaign, but FGR says these were shot by Markus Jans, which we assume means Coppola’s shooting television spots. Liu Wen and Imogen Poots star. More »