If it isn't H&M it is remarkably similar to a dress from the label's Conscious Collection.
If you have a penchant for Netflix (and let's face it, who doesn't?) chances are you have come across Stranger Things. H&M is now set to continue the Stranger Things trend, launching a capsule collection featuring a strong '80s aesthetic. From retro logo-adorned tees in the Stranger Things signature red, black and white colour palette, to summer-ready floral prints, the collection has everything you need to get your Stranger Things fix this summer.
The Duchess of Sussex demonstrated how to wear high street maternity wear on her first solo engagement of 2019.
On Saturday it was announced that H&M and Italian fashion house Moschino are linking up for a new line, called Moschino [tv] H&M.
For its latest collection, the H&M Studio design team took a minimalist page from their journey to Japan. Instead, the designers set their eye on a creating a poetic ode to the country's architectural aesthetic that results in a beautiful collection of workwear-inspired pieces that have us reconsidering what workwear even means. Pernilla Wohlfahrt, head of design and creative Director for H&M, emphasizes the new direction, saying: "This collection celebrates the vivacity of women.
The greatest thing about autumn? It’s the perfect excuse to invest in a whole new wardrobe.But when looking for transeasonal pieces, fashion is no longer defined by the stiff roll neck or itchy, oversized knits.Surprisingly, the cardigan has undergone a serious sartorial revamp this season.Once upon a time, fashion followers would have laughed at the very thought of wearing the granny knit but the likes of Christopher Kane and Gucci have reinvented the humble item as we know it.Now, the fash pack are swapping hoodies for ladylike pearl-buttoned cardies faster than we can raid our granny’s wardrobe.Browse the gallery above for the chicest cardigans to shop now.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:How to master the art of transeasonal dressingThe fashion collaborations on our radar this seasonThe ultimate London Fashion Week SS18 trend guide
Little of us pay attention to where our clothes come from. With fashion causing major pollution to the ocean and air, it seems an apt time to wise up to the environmental impact of your wardrobe.High street brands are well on their way to helping you out. H&M’s fully sustainable 2017 collection launches today. The Conscious collection is made entirely from recycled materials.BIONIC, a polyester made of plastic recycled from shoreline waste, has been turned into an ethereal pleated dress while a relaxed tuxedo made of organic silk joins a recycled polyester cocktail dress perfect for summer nights.Supermodel Natalia Vodianova is the face of the campaign. “The collection shows how the best style can be mindful the planet, to help protect it for the future,” she commented.For the first time ever, men’s and kids pieces have been included along with ecological unisex fragrances that can be worn separately or mixed to create your own unique smell.The Conscious range is part of H&M’s sustainability initiative. 26% of the brand’s entire design range is now sustainable with a hope to increase every year. By 2020, the retailer is hoping for 100% of its cotton to be sustainable.A number of celebrities are embarking on the sustainable route in a bid to influence our fashion choices.Emma Watson wore only eco-friendly outfits during her entire Beauty and the Beast press tour, revealing the details on a specially created Instagram. Anne Hathaway has just pledged to do the same for her new film, Colossal.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:H&M is going to start making clothes out of poopHow to save the environment: Wash your jeans less often
We’ve all been there! Ruth Clemens took H&M to task about “unrealistically small” clothing [Photo: Facebook/Ruth Clemens]