Lanvin for H&M: The video, the lookbook, the full price list and the full ad campaign

The wait is over, the entire Lanvin for H&M collection can be seen in their official video (above). It stars Natasha Poly as the girl who wants nothing but Lanvin from a male suitor who keeps bringing her other trinkets like flowers and diamonds, and Hannelore Knuts, Jane Schmitt and Tati Collitar.

Lanvin for H&M consists of 30 womenswear pieces with 15 accessories (including shoes, jewelery, sunglasses, tights, gloves and lipstick), and 25 pieces for men with 10 accessories (includes shoes, bow ties, ties, a scarf and a cap). It will hit 200 H&M stores around the world with North America getting it first on November 20 (probably so it doesn’t launch too close to the Thanksgiving holiday) and the rest of the world on November 23 2010.

*** We followed the North American launch live on Twitter here ***

Check out the full ad campaign, look book and price list in pounds and the US dollar below!

Lanvin for H&M, the FULL ad campaign

Photographed by: David Sims
Models: Natascha Poly, Hannelore Knuts, Tati Cotliar, Simon Nessman, Jane Schmitt and Garance Dumont

Lanvin for H&M, the FULL womenswear & menswear lookbook

Photographed by: David Sims
Models: Irina Lazareanu & Vincent Olivieri

Lanvin for H&M, the womenswear & menswear price list
In £ GBP and $ USD (click image to enlarge)




We love the Lanvin for H&M womenswear collection, but what is the nasty look jewellery? It looks a little cheap and lacks that luxe feel I have come to expect after seeing the womenswear clothes. Since I day dream all the time about Lanvin’s beautiful ruffled pieces, it was fantastic to see the abundance of ruffled and print pieces. We’re not a huge fan of the heels either but they are cute for the price. I can only imagine the madness surrounding them on the opening day, where shoes will be flying everywhere as everyone tries to try them on and find their size.

The Lanvin for H&M menswear collection has us wishing we knew a (straight) man who would wear these pieces while they were around us. The blazers look nicely tailored and I love that there are sportwear items – a hooded jumped and what looks like track pants – in amongst a tuxedo. But on the flipside, we think the trench coat looks like a bathrobe and we really loathe the metallic pink and blue shoes.

Overall? We hope the quality matches the higher-than-usual H&M prices.



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