Thursday, May 3, 2012

Anna Dello Russo will design a collection of accessories for H & M

Anna Dello Russo

H & M continues to announce new partnerships and it is still looking for the faces of fashion individuals who have an audience behind. Anna Dello Russo is one of the icons in recent years have grown with the Internet and now design a collection of accessories for Swedish firm.

Anna Dello Russo

For minimalist style lovers can go to read something else, while for lovers of excessive combinations have good news to celebrate on October 4, 2012, the day that will sell the collection for Anna Dello Russo H & M in 140 stores worldwide and online store of the brand.

H & M knows how to use good timing because by that time we will be talking about the madness associated with Fashion Weeks around the world, in which Anna Dello Russo , a former time fashion director of Vogue Italia and editor in chief of L'Uomo Vogue and now fashion director of Large and creative consultant Vogue Japan, is often sought by his antics at the time of dressing, to many considered the last word, for others, something to avoid. A woman who creates an interesting duality.

Anna Dello Russo

In the collection of H & M we can find "jewelry, sunglasses, shoes, bags and a suitcase", all at an "affordable price", according to the brand itself.

Anna Dello Russo talks about the collection:

I am very excited about this collaboration: the first time that H & M collaborates with fashion director on a project of this nature. It symbolizes an important evolution in the world of fashion, I love while I am honored to be chosen to lead it. I wanted to create unique accessories that are impossible to find. As a stylist, I know that supplements are essential in any self-respecting look: they provide the personal touch to all sets. With these pieces everyone can have fun and make a day in a wonderful day fashion.

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