Searching “feminism” on the H&M website yields a single result, a white jersey crop top with black lining that reads “Feminism: the radical notion that women are people.” H&M, the second largest clothing retailer in the world, suggests we style the piece (which costs less than $20) with biker trousers, suede sandals,…
The War on Christmas is ramping up: another large chain, H&M, plans to close its doors on one of the biggest shopping days of the year.
Did you hear about the time shoppers around the world practically resorted to fisticuffs in order to dress up like a luxurious embroidered Olivier Rousteing avatar? This morning H&M’s Balmain collaboration went on sale and predictably resulted in a fashion melee between warring Kardashian stans and enterprising eBay…
H&M’s much anticipated Balmain collection launches in stores and online tomorrow, but I would suggest you temper any excitement now because it’s probably going to sell out immediately.
Let me see ya one, two step! Kendall Jenner’s dance moves are totally mesmerizing in a new video promo for Balmain’s H&M collaboration. In a good way? Perhaps, or maybe not.
Olivier Rousteing’s Balmain reign has been steadily motoring toward this peak, when his garments are seen on the Kardashian-Jenners and Cookie Lyon and coveted by New York cool gals and Vegas clubbers alike. (Last November, he took Rihanna to her first vogue ball; this October, he’s featured in the New Yorker.) If H&M…
This is rich. Copycat brand H&M has filed a lawsuit against copycat brand Forever 21 for copying one of its designs. The design in question is a tote bag for the beach that cleverly reads “Beach Please.”
The most interesting parts of Sunday night’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians were, as usual, brief moments in otherwise over-exaggerated plotlines. For instance: why did E! censor the faces of Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing and model Jourdan Dunn?
& Other Stories, the sister store to mass retailer H&M, just launched their fall campaign which stars transgender models Hari Nef and Valentijn De Hingh. The photoshoot was also produced by a team made up of creatives who identify as transgender, including photographer Amos Mac, stylist Love Bailey and makeup artist…
Felix Kiprono, a lawyer from Kenya, is in love with Malia Obama. And just in case you think he’s in it for The Wrong Reasons, well, he isn’t: “People might say I am after the family’s money, which is not the case. My love is real,” he told a Nairobi newspaper.
Since normcore was a swing and a miss, Gap is currently doing some frantic soul-searching. But meanwhile, low-cost corporate little sister Old Navy is having her moment in the sun.
The beauty industry racks up tens of billions of dollars in the US alone, and H&M is looking to get a bite of that: starting in September, the fast-fashion retailer will begin carrying house brand beauty products, spanning everything from primers to lipsticks to nail polishes with an initial launch of 700 pieces,…
#Coachella fashion has officially become its own aesthetic. The millions of marketing dollars spent convincing the Youth of America that “festival” is a season and comes with its own dress code actually worked and Beyoncé, who would ideally be impervious to this corporate deception, has been bitten by the…
Fashion, at its best, is about fantasy. And at its worst—it's about that, too. It fails in the moments where the concept of something supersedes its functionality, its aesthetic merit, or both. Fantasy, if half-baked and gestural, can be fashion's undoing. This is nowhere more apparent than in H&M's recently released
H&M, in its sixth year as a sponsor for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, is rolling out a "cobranded" line of men's and women's merchandise called H&M Loves Coachella. Isn't capitalism fun, you guys?
Here's a piece of engagement advice you really shouldn't need: Do not take off your $10,000 engagement ring. Definitely do not take it off in a H&M dressing room. And whatever you do, for the love of God, do not walk off and leave it in the dressing room.
On the heels of the wedding romper comes another way to very tepidly rebel against the wedding-industrial complex: this H&M wedding dress, which costs £59.99 (around $100). It'll be available in stores next month!
H&M just debuted a new sportswear collection. To promote it, the company rounded up a bunch of terrifyingly talented freerunners to dash through London, flipping and jumping and generally intimidating the hell out of everyone. At one point, a pair actually dashes up the side of an escalator.