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H&M unveils new Versace collection

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There’s no denying that H&M holds the designer collaboration crown with Jimmy Choo and Karl Lagerfeld previously designing sell-out ranges. But the brand has outdone itself this season by teaming up with Versace.

The new collection’s studded dress has already been modelled by Anna Dello Russo at last month’s Balmain show, and the rest of the range is equally show stopping. With lashings of Versace trademarks, from bright shocks of colour to leopard print, it’s glamorous and cool with a garish twist.

“It made me think about why fashion is so fixated with rules,” says Donatella Versace of her collection. “Fashion should be more fun.” We’re circling 17 November in our diary – in gold. In the meantime - see our favourite pieces from the collection below.

Versace for H&M launches on 17 November; hm.com

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