H&M's Fall Studio Collection Is Full of '70s Glam Rock Pieces Fit For a Fashion Rebel
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H&M is back with a Studio Collection for fall, and the head-turning pieces don't disappoint. The designs reference '70s rock, disco, and punk — you'll find everything from glitzy fabric to exaggerated collars. Dare we say we even see some David Bowie references?
"Inspired by those whose style is as daring as their attitude. The collection takes cues from the brave nineteenth-century writer, Violet Paget (pen name Vernon Lee) and her residency in palatial Florence, by encapsulating her radically fearless style," the brand stated in a press release.
Barbie Ferreira, Veronika Heilbrunner, Celeste, Alton Mason, Young Emperors, and Mia Kong serve as muses for this line, and we love how they styled the pieces. Check out our favorites ahead and shop them fast — they're already selling out.