H&M Waste Collection – Fabrics from the Lanvin for H&M Collection

Friday, January 21, 2011 by Wendy Lam

Photos courtesy of H&M

Quite an interesting approach, the Lanvin for H&M collection seems to never want to go away. Selected H&M stores are now offering a small collection called Waste, which has been made from fabric left over from the production of H&M’s designer collaboration with Lanvin. Several different fabrics have been used in the same garment to create new graphic and harlequin patterns. “This mini collection from leftover fabrics looks absolutely wonderful,” says Ann-Sofie. “My favourite piece is the bright, colour-block tunic. It’s perfect for that first spring update.”

I think I’ll need to make a trip to H&M to check out the pieces in person this weekend, interested in the striped and zebra tops. Please note the Waste collection will not be sold in China, Turkey, Russia, Middle East and Israel. More pics after the jump…

UPDATE 02.01.2011: The collection is available at NYC’s Flagship Store (640 Fifth Avenue), I don’t know which other stores. Peep the info here.

Oops! The request was not successful. Please add the keyword.


Categories: fashion h&m handbags


20 thoughts on “H&M Waste Collection – Fabrics from the Lanvin for H&M Collection

  1. I was in Oslo last week and bought the black and white geometric patterned tote. Its really cute but had no idea til now it was leftover waste material from the Lanvin collection until i read this! Regret not buying the multicolored tote as i thought they were available in all stores. Tote retails for 299 nok in Norway.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

latest posts
Load more posts


  • Select Category