Jimmy Choo for H&M Suede Dress + Sandals

Jimmy Choo for H&M Suede Dress + Sandals

Once again thanks to reader lucy92 for the tip, she spotted another sneak peek of the Jimmy Choo for H&M collection over at TFS, scanned from Harper’s Bazaar UK October 2009 issue. According to HB, “Tamara Mellon has taken pieces from her own wardrobe as inspiration”, looks like the cut-out sandals is also available in a metallic blue/purple colorway (pictured) other than black. The one shoulder suede dress costs about US$247 and the cut-out sandals costs about US$132. The little sneak peeks is killing me, I want to see the full collection now! Can’t wait for more pics!

The limited edition collection will be available from November 14, 2009 in around 200 H&M stores across the world. Stay tuned for more info forthcoming…

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  1. I understand this is a huge price cut from the regular retail of Jimmy Choo…but $300 for a dress isn’t “affordable” at all…and wasn’t that supposed to be the point of H&M to begin with?–great prices without compromised style?

  2. i agree that it is expensive.

    but a lot of the “divided exclusive” stuff is ridiculously expensive as well. (there was a leather dress last year that cost 200$ and it wasnt by a “designer”)

    im hoping this means the one shoulder black leather dress is 250$. that is more doable.

  3. Love the dress!
    X, fashion-nerdic

  4. anyone if they will carry the shoes in size 5?

  5. Any idea how high are these heels!?? More than 3 inches?

    When sold in the US H&M stores, would the shoes still go by European sizes (35, 37, etc.) or US sizes (6.5, 7, 7.5 etv.) will ALSO be marked on them as well?

    Love your blog! Thanks.

  6. IS THERE ANY WORD WHICH HM STORES WILL RETAIL THE CHOO SHOES? I LIVE IN WASH, DC?

  7. I am interested in the H&M suede dress that was featured in Women's Day – April 1, 2011 issue

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