Anna Dello Russo Designs H&M Accessories Collection | Swedish Retailer’s Newest Collaborative Capsule Line

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Anna Dello Russo H&M Pieces

Anna Dello Russo H&M Pieces

Vogue Japan editor Anna Dello Russo has joined forces with H&M for a new collaborative accessories line.

The range features clutch purses, sunglasses, jewelry, and footwear which H&M creative advisor Margareta van den Bosch says celebrate “excess, fantasy, and decoration.” Of course anything that bears the Anna Dello Russo was never going to be anything else!

The line’s accessories are decorated with jewels, snakes, and ornate embossing. Gold and turquoise hues dominate the flamboyant collection. They’re so bold that I can’t imagine wearing more than one of the pieces at a time, but used sparingly these statement items could really make a neutral ensemble come to life.

While H&M loves a collaboration more than the average retailer, this is the first time it’s worked with a fashion figure without formal design credentials. It’s also the first time the department store chain’s released a capsule collection without apparel. Dello Russo calls the pioneering project “an important evolution in fashion,” adding that she is “both thrilled and humbled to be the one chosen to lead it.”

Anna Dello Russo’s purse collection will hit H&M stores across America on October 4. Will you be queuing up to get your hands on some of the pieces pictured?

[Source: The Star]