Originally Posted by Essentio
The soft merino wool sweatpants were the best. Not surprisingly, it was the product that sold out immediately.
can someone please explain to me all the hype about these sweatpants? are they like the men's version of juicy couture sweats? LOL
like couldn't you get comparable sweats at tj maxx for like $15? hahaha
Originally Posted by wj4
Does anyone know how much is the pink necklace for women? A friend from overseas wants one now. Any store has it still? I can't view on many sites here at work so I need the styleforum team to help me out here.
ebay is probably the only place. every store that carried lanvin and the online h&m sites will definitely be sold out for all women's stuff....especially accessories.
Originally Posted by Watchaholic
Check out the France Lanvin H&M store opening... some scary women there!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXdXJ...layer_embedded
Over here in Dubai it was pretty bad too, although I walked in half way thru the day and managed to get the white tux jacket and the shoes I wanted but if anyone has the blue tux jacket (non check's one) in 36 they would like to get rid off... please let me know.
that is ridiculous hahaha...
you could try eBay, but of course the price gouging is crazy...if you have friends in Europe that could help you out, that would be a good bet as well. i spoke to my cousin in France the other night and he told me one of the Paris stores still had several blazers left (he was gonna pick up the white one for me, but my friend in Germany helped me first).
Originally Posted by berlin report
I went to a Men's Only H&M in our area in Berlin yesterday and it was pretty civilized. There were only a few customers in there and I happened to know most of them. Pretty funny. Anyway, thought the collection was quite well done. Wasn't in love with all of it but I thought it was definitely one of the better H&M collaborations, if not the best one. Bought the nylon hooded jacket in sand and the light blue bib shirt. I didn't bother to have a close look at the shoes as they looked quite cheap.
yea, i'm very surprised that the German guys haven't bought up more of the collection. like other guys on here, the sweats were a huge hit, but even today there is still a bunch of stuff available on the german h&m online site for men's collection...hmm. i agree, though, it is definitely one of the better collaborations and a pretty well done partnership, except for the fact that they promoted it so heavily and undersupplied so bad. their whole idea of luxury to the masses sorta fell short.