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Marni for H&M – the full lookbook

Somehow, the Marni for H&M collection has managed to tick along – we’re now a little over a fortnight from the March 8th launch date – without too much furore, unlike the Versace for H&M collection. This is some kind …

Tue, Feb 21, 2012, 12:30

   

Somehow, the Marni for H&M collection has managed to tick along – we’re now a little over a fortnight from the March 8th launch date – without too much furore, unlike the Versace for H&M collection. This is some kind of anomale as, let’s face it, the Marni collection is more wearable, slicker, more fashion and less ostentatious. (Maybe that’s the problem?) Deirdre wrote about the collection in Saturday’s paper – and, as she rightly pointed out, the collection manages to be both playful and elegant. For what it’s worth, my shopping list comprises:

This gorgeous black coat and printed dress. So slick! (I’d better start saving …)

This sweet skirt-suit – having worn a skirt-suit to day two of LFW, I’m all about them now. Expect to see and hear much more about matching separates! That’s the end of my shopping list, but to help you with yours, the full collection is after the jump!

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