H&M is at it again with their latest collection designed by costume designer Trish Summerville of the upcoming novel turned movie “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.”
The collection is inspired and based on main character Lisbeth Salander and what she would wear of course.
The jackets are pretty dope and H&M prices are always a steal! I’m obsessed with the denim jacket w/leather sleeves. Leather sleeves are HUGE right now!
If you are in NYC and diggin the collection be sure to visit the H&M Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Pop-Up Shop, which will exclusively carry the entire collection!
Where: 72 Gansevoort Street (between Washington & Greenwich Streets)
When: December 14th-16th from 12pm-10pm daily
H&M will also be providing guests with a complimentary coffee bar, computer hacking activation’s, an on-site photo booth and showing never before seen official extended film trailers. I will def be checking it out and of course doing some shopping!
Big s/o to Spikes & Sequins for putting me on to this!
The collection will also be available in around 180 H&M stores worldwide, as well as online starting on December 14, 2011.
What do you think of the collection?
Peep the Full Collection and More HERE.
*All photos via H&M
I love H&M! They have some of the best clothes! Their inspiration for the line is genius! i just finished reading that book! Other designers should try this sometimes!
I def agree with you with the leather and denim jacket! So hot.
I cannot wait for this collection. I wish we had an H & M where I am from. Ugh!!!
I need all of those pieces!
i love it! those pieces are so edgy cool. i love those leather leggings and that burgundy sweater!!!
I like the snood and leather leggings! Are you going to wait in line?!
I am hitting up the pop up shop, lets go!
I love this collection! It’s so cool!! 😀 But my H&M probably won’t have it
pretty cool collection!
h&m keeps doing it! this is not particularly my style, but i can appreciate it…
Thanks for all the comment love dolls!!!! 🙂
Oh the collection looks cool, too bad i’ll be out of the country the day it goes on sale
I was wondering which retailer would be the first to create a diffusion line from this film. These pieces actually look good. You can see the inspiration easily but it is still true to the H&M aesthetic.
Ooh, badass. I can’t believeH&M is doing this, it’s so different from their normal stuff!
I’m going to have to go in search of that hooded scarf! LOVE it!!!
Oh how i wish we had an H&M here!!!
I’m dying to try the pleather legging look but am way too chicken 🙂
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