Photographer: Peter Gehrke
Previously you’ve seen the H&M spring 2010 women’s and men’s look book, here are a few more images that were not yet posted. For spring, H&M offers a diverse mix of ethnic influences to Hollywood fashion classics to college styles. The collection features sharp silhouettes with an 80’s influence, soft feminine draping, vintage style dresses, patterns and prints, oversized accessories, and more.
“There are so many must have pieces within this collection, from classics that have been revamped and updated to ethnic inspired looks that create a strong global look. You will also see inspiration from both art and nature which make up the most enchanting prints”, says H&M’s head of design Ann-Sofie Johansson.
For women, garments includes: dresses with volume or drape, kaftans, tunics, oversized shirts, utility jackets, blazers, peg trousers, harem pants, pencil skirts, all-in-ones, decorated pieces. Colors throughout the range are white, blue, beige and grey, leather colours, watercolour shades, rich spicy tones and neon brights, along with patterns and prints like floral, ethnic, watercolour, embroidery, animal prints, and classic checks and stripes.
For men, there’s classic favorites updated this season, a new take on the preppy look that includes a new modern check shirt and stripe t-shirt as well as a baseball jacket. As in ladieswear there are ethnic influences in menswear too, using paisley prints and rustic tones in modern ways. Look out for pieces including utility jackets, individual blazers, linen suits, patterned shirts, granddad tops, shorts, worn jeans, chinos, cardigans, polo shirts, shirts and drawstring trousers.
Are you ready for spring?
More pics after the jump…