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H&M Unveils Its Most Artsy and Eco-Friendly Collection Yet

The kind of luxe that’s good for mother nature.
H&M Unveils Its Most Artsy and Eco-Friendly Collection Yet The kind of luxe that’s good for mother nature.

What happens when you combine ancient art and modern eco-chic fashion? You get the latest H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection.

Moreau dress, P7990

A long kaftan with plunging V-neck, long sleeves and side slits. Adorned with an all over placement print culled from Gustave Moreau's painting Jupiter and Semele and made of pure organic silk.

For six years in a row now, the fast fashion fave has been releasing one luxe collection after another made with sustainable materials for their Conscious line. This year’s roster, though, is a bit more special. Apart from the fact that the exquisite pieces are made with sustainable materials, they also collaborated with Julia Restoin Roitfeld to be the face of the campaign, and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs from the Palais du Louvre in Paris to produce stylish clothing inspired by the museum’s fashion archives.

Anais blouse, P3990; Anais skirt, P7990

A two-piece ensemble combining a long-sleeved cropped top with a high neckline and a wide midi skirt with a pleated waistline. Both items are made of jacquard fabric with lace intarsia. The jacquard fabric is made of organic silk and viscose. Lace is a mix of Tencel and polyamide.

The result? A glam line of wearable red carpet-worthy pieces infused with a tactile charm, a nostalgic aesthetic, and a historical legacy a discerning crowd would truly appreciate. 

Medea printed trousers, P5490

A pair of fluid dove gray wide leg trousers in a tapestry brocade print, made of organic hemp and silk and closed with a concealed zip at the hip .

Click on the gallery to see the full collection before it drops in SM Megamall this coming April 7

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