The waiting for the biggest collaboration of the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 season is finally over! Alber Elbaz launches his collection for H&M by the end of November with a fabulous promo lookbook where we see how flawlessly his imagination captures the high fashion art into the rebel street’s fantasy style.
09 Nov, 2010
The collaboration between the high street fashion brand H&M and the major fashion designer Alber Elbaz, head director at Lanvin, known for his delicate and exquisite taste of style that always embraced elegance wrapped in art has finally come into place. By taking the street fashion to the artistic couture level, Elbaz prepared for H&M a surprising collection for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 season that exposes the Lanvin image into an affordable way available for all pockets.
With the must-have interesting shapes and inovative styles adopted, Alber Elbaz emphasizes the Lanvin enigmatic and ingenious refinement by taking it to another level in the collection for H&M while keeping art into wearable clothes. Whether it’s about the classy trench coats, sexy little black dresses or eccentric fun printed cocktail dresses, Elbaz truly gave it all during the years in his collections which are now presented at a larger audience through H&M where the products came perfectly, from quality to the overall designs.
If usually the designs in collaborations are already used and not at all refreshing, Lanvin breaks out of the ordinary by reinventing old styles adapted along with new trends. The avantgard and haute couture influences are sensed through elegance, charm and attention to details while the artistic styling choices embrace a new image for the Fall/Winter 2010 season.
Without compromising his luxurious taste, Alber Elbaz presents for H&M a collection for a bigger audience instead of choosing to create a dress for less. Timeless pieces that present women of all ages, from daughter to mother or even grandmother, are the key items that set the difference.
Images via hm.com