Rosemary Mac Cabe

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H&M’s Exclusive Conscious collection, from April 12th

We should have known something fishy was afoot when Michelle Williams wore H&M to the BAFTAs this year – but who could have predicted H&M‘s latest genius move, in the form of its Conscious collection, a range of red carpet-worthy …

Wed, Mar 21, 2012, 16:00

   

We should have known something fishy was afoot when Michelle Williams wore H&M to the BAFTAs this year – but who could have predicted H&M‘s latest genius move, in the form of its Conscious collection, a range of red carpet-worthy dresses made out of sustainable fabrics such as cotton, hemp and recycled polyester. These aren’t environmentally friendly dresses the way you might previously have thought of them; these are seriously show-stopping numbers, with echoes of D&G and Badgley Mischka – not to mention Givenchy in the dress above, which I love.

I’ll be looking into which stores the range will be available in, from April 12th, and will keep you informed – what do you reckon? Do you fancy picking up something from H&M’s Conscious range? Click through for more pics!

I also have this Mary Katrantzou-alike number on my wish list!

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