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H&M’s Spring 2022 Collection Has Your Countryside Vacation Wardrobe Sorted

H&M’s Spring 2022 Collection Has Your Countryside Vacation Wardrobe Sorted

Vogue Arabia, March 2022. Photo: Louis Christopher
H&M’s Spring 2022 collection takes inspiration from a French countryside dream that’s all about endless sunny days. Floaty, feminine, bright, and everything one desires for their summer wardrobe, the collection features breezy dresses and easy separates in subtle colors—with playful pops of orange. The neutral slip dresses evoke days spent sunbathing in one’s garden, while strappy blouses offer a delicate twist on more formal pieces of clothing, perfect for a romantic dinner on a warm night.
Vogue Arabia, March 2022. Photo: Louis Christopher
Vogue Arabia, March 2022. Photo: Louis Christopher
The Swedish retailer has also tapped into what was once the zeitgeist of 90s fashion – the effortless, cool-girl look – which has been seeing the wave of resurgence for some time now. The collection’s earth tones and basics are a nod to H&M’s ongoing sustainable practices, which encourage investing in capsule wardrobe must-haves, which is an effective way to manage consumer accountability in the crisis of fashion waste. The average consumer buys a clothing item that is worn 36% fewer times now than it was 15 years ago, and H&M is aiming to be on the frontlines of high-street fashion to change this.
Vogue Arabia, March 2022. Photo: Louis Christopher
Vogue Arabia, March 2022. Photo: Louis Christopher
Besides wardrobe staples, the collection also features statement pieces such as a bright orange maxi dress with patterned daisies, or cream separates with flared-bottom trousers made entirely with laser-cut florals.
Vogue Arabia, March 2022. Photo: Louis Christopher
The H&M Spring 2022 collection is now available on Ae.hm.com, and in stores.
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Style: Jennifer KolomoniMovement director: Michal Gerlach at Art Factory StudioHair and makeup: Ania Poniatowska at MMGProduction: Danica ZivkovicModel: Camilla Boehm at Art Factory StudioLocation: The Ritz Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Wadi DesertLighting assistant: Mark OffemariaStyle assistant: Surbhi Nagpal

12 of the Best Ramadan 2022 Capsule Collections for Iftar and Suhoor Gatherings

12 of the Best Ramadan 2022 Capsule Collections for Iftar and Suhoor Gatherings

Photo: Courtesy of Burberry
With Ramadan 2022 just around the corner, come the exclusive capsule collections from some of the biggest fashion houses as well as high-end brands. Having spent the Holy Month in the past two years with Covid-19 restrictions, this year, Ramadan will once again be celebrated with festive gatherings for iftar and suhoor that call for dressing up.

Below, discover the best capsule collections from luxury labels, high-end brands, and local designers with exclusive pieces worth investing in this Ramadan.
Christian Louboutin 
Photo: Courtesy of Christian Louboutin
An ode to Louboutin’s love for nature, gardening, and landscape design, the collection offers pieces for both men and women in lush green hues.
Dior
Photo: Courtesy of Dior
Dior’s handbags and small leather goods are always a winning final touch to every fit. For Ramadan, the French luxury brand has introduced timeless dazzling pieces.
Salvatore Ferragamo 
Photo: Courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo has re-introduced its iconic Gancini bag for Ramadan 2022, but with a metallic twist in Flamingo Rose. Combining glamorous and sparkling pieces within their Ramadan collection, there is a piece for every occasion.
Louis Vuitton
Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton embraces emerald green as its color for the holy season as a symbol of class, hope, prosperity, and peace. Alongside introducing ready-to-wear pieces for the occasion for the first time, the brand has also reimagined its Capucines Mini bag in a matte black and python green.
Leem
Photo: Courtesy of Leem
The Saudi label’s exclusive collection for Ramadan is inspired by the Lunar calendar of the month and its religious stages (mercy, forgiveness, and safety), to feature kaftans in a contemporary color palette and modern cuts.
Mango 
Photo: Courtesy of Mango
Mango‘s Ramadan offering features vibrant and playful pieces that add a contemporary twist to modest clothing—from jumpsuits to tailored suits.
Anthropologie
Photo: Courtesy of Anthropologie
Anthropologie’s ready-to-wear collection includes a selection of colorful wrap dresses, comfortable jumpsuits, stylish blouses, and flowy trousers that are ideal for hotter days.
Tony Burch 
Photo: Courtesy of Tony Burch
The Tony Burch Ramadan capsule captures the festive essence of the month in metallic gold and royal blue handbags with gold rope chains.
Michael Kors
Photo: Courtesy of Michael Kors
The Michael Kors Ramadan collection is comprised of 11 timeless pieces from handbags to scarves, bracelets, and belts—all in a rich blue color.
Tommy Hilfiger 
Photo: Courtesy of Tommy Hilfiger
Tommy Hilfiger celebrates Ramadan with a pastel-hued collection of breezy dresses, kaftans, and jumpsuits with gold accents.
Burberry 
Photo: Courtesy of Burberry
Inspired by constellations, sunsets, sunrises, and starry nights of Ramadan, Burberry has launched a collection of glistening pieces just in time for Ramadan.
Bottega Veneta 
Photo: Courtesy of Bottega Venata and Ounass
Available on Ounass, Bottega Veneta’s limited-edition Ramadan offering features three of the fashion house’s iconic pieces reimagined in three distinct colors, including gold.
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Exclusive: H&M’s Spring 2021 Collection Offers Sustainable, Chic and Easy Tailoring for Everyday

Exclusive: H&M’s Spring 2021 Collection Offers Sustainable, Chic and Easy Tailoring for Everyday

H&M’s sustainable Spring 2021 collection features wearable sports-inspired tailoring
The ’90s, a decade of girl power (thank you, Spice Girls), dial-up Internet, seriously beautiful supermodels and the slinky slip dress. Sustainability (in fashion or otherwise), was definitely not dominating the zeitgeist. Fast-forward to 2021 and Calvin Klein minimalism is once again hitting the mainstream but this time, thankfully, there’s an eco-friendly focus.
Responsible for up to 10% of annual global carbon emissions, the fashion industry is making too many clothes (to put it very simply) and we, the consumer, are buying them, wearing them a handful of times and disposing of them the moment a new trend takes to the runway. But things are steadily changing and brands – from designer to high-street – have begun to reevaluate everything from timeless design to the materials they use and the size and frequency of new collection drops. Add to this a more mindful approach to buying and a circular fashion system is almost in sight.
H&M Spring 2021
With their Looop initiative (a machine that shreds old garments into new ones over the course of five hours), and Conscious Collections (including pieces made of materials from upcycled waste), H&M have invested wisely in sustainability practices, trialing natural fibers and kinder dyeing processes in their drive to use only 100% recycled or other sustainably sourced materials by 2030. For Spring, they’ve taken it one step further by utilizing Agraloop BioFibre (a high-quality natural fiber derived from food-crop waste) and undyed organic cottons and denim to create a capsule of effortlessly versatile wardrobe basics.
The new collection includes cropped hoodie’s and loungewear shorts with drawstring details
Pared down tailoring, including a single-breasted blazer, a classic trench coat and a slip dress with ruching detail nods to the aforementioned ’90s resurgence and yet, there’s an elevated attention to detail that comes with timeless design; and a neutral color palette of beige, grey and black to give everything extra longevity.
The ’90s are back: one of the key pieces of the collection is this simple black slip dress
To mark the collection’s launch – of which 65% is recycled, organic, natural or sustainably sourced – H&M are going big, and by that we mean they are taking over the world’s tallest building, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, with a light show at 7.20pm on Wednesday March 24. Make a note in your diary, now.
H&M’s Spring 2021 collection will be available to buy online, through the H&M App and at selected H&M stores across the Middle East from March 25
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