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H&M storms Paris Fashion Week

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French chic and high street fashion collided at the musee rodin as h&m made its debut on the paris catwalk.

British model of the moment, Cara Delevingne, led the runway as H&M showcased a collection that mixed androgynous, elegant tailoring with slouchy jumpers and boho-tinged flowing skirts and dresses - all topped off with fisherman's hats.

Feather and fur coats, knee-high boots galore and high-necked '70s style dresses gave the collection an element of "faded grandeur."

Frow stars who gathered to watch the £9.99 and upwards design on the runway included Ashley Olsen, Emma Roberts, Daisy Lowe, Pixie Geldof, Lizzie Jagger and Chloe Moretz.

“It was such a good show. I felt like I was in the H&M house, and it was also my house. I had so much fun,” said Cara Delevingne, above centre

Words: Anna Pollitt. Images: H&M

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