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H&M has released its latest Workshop collection – its most fashion-forward line – and even before the clothes hit stores, the pieces have proven to be celebrity favorites among A-listers.
The collection has been scouted by stars such as Lorde, Camila Morrone and Paloma Elsesser. Lorde wore a shiny pink blazer on stage in Las Vegas in September. Morrone brought the glamor in an ultra-shiny silver sequined tank dress with an asymmetrical ruffled hem for a night out earlier this month. And Elsesser kept things bright and cozy during a street style sighting in highlighter yellow pants with a flower-embroidered sweater.
Other favorites, such as musician Charlie XCX and actress Laura Harrier, also toasted the brand at the launch of the Fall/Winter 2022 collection during an intimate dinner at The King in New York, hosted by the Swedish retailer. Both chose sleek and chic costume looks, complementing the array of items available in the new range.
The H&M Studio Fall/Winter 2022 collection is inspired by the “space age”. The in-house design team at the brand’s Stockholm atelier started by imagining what they would bring if they were to travel in space. The final assortment merges function and fantasy for a futuristic take on beloved items, from sleek suits to party-ready dresses. There are jackets, tops and bottoms in bright hues and bold prints, plus basics like bodysuits and bra tops, plus eye-catching accessories (from thigh-high boots to a hot pink clutch) for complete any look.
Everything in the collection has been made from sustainably sourced materials, including Tencel, recycled polyester, recycled wool and recycled brass. The limited-edition Studio collections come out twice a year – so grab your favorites now – and get style inspiration from the stars who rocked H&M Studio, below.
Buy now: H&M Studio one-shoulder sequined dress, $259; hm.com