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3 Fashion Week Trends You Can Actually Wear Now

You've seen them all over your newsfeed, but here's a look at next season's big trends that you can find now at H&M!

Our Instagram feeds during Fashion Week seem like an endless scroll of inspiration. So many ideas, trends, and looks to re-create! (Did anyone else immediately run to the drugstore to buy a claw clip?!) But the best part about all that inspiration is actually putting it into action. Thankfully, some of the most noteworthy trends from Fashion Week are totally available to rock now.

From over-the-top bold prints to lots of layers to minimalist and sophisticated knits, H&M will be featuring some of our favorite trends in their Studio Collection showing this Paris Fashion Week. The womenswear and menswear collection features clean silhouettes with a relaxed vibe and have a give off just the right workwear vibe. Just like we've seen this Fashion Week, it's all about long, layer-able pieces, utilitarian tailoring, and statement accents. Now you can literally take a look from the runway to the streets, with all of these looks available to add your wardrobe ASAP. That's right, you can shop the collection on hm.com immediately after the show on February 28th. Check out our favorite looks and scope out a few styling tips to help make these looks your own.

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