After the incredible first drop of their Studio Collection for SS20, H&M has announced a followup capsule for high summer made from sustainable fabrics. Once again, the collection is all about “freedom” and the magical landscape of Gotland, Sweden’s largest island, known for it’s stunning scenery.
“Eye-catching swimsuits and bikinis will add colour, personality and an athletic edge to your look: style with neutral raw-edged tailored pieces from the first drop or the psychedelic-print short suit from the second. We are also proud to be able to use more sustainable materials, such as recycled polyester and organic cotton, throughout the collection,”—Ann-Sofie Johansson, Creative Advisor at H&M
Items in the new collection include swimsuits in recycled polyamide, dresses and sarongs in organic cotton, sunglasses in recycled PET, and foam flip-flops made from bloom algae foam™. Our favorite pieces are the matching patterned bikini top ($19.99) and bottoms ($14.99), stand-up collar bikini top ($39.99), patterned resort shirt ($79.99) and tie-strap flip-flops ($59.99).
The new drop for the H&M Studio Collection for Spring/Summer 2020 is available today, June 1. While most H&M stores in Montreal and across Canada are open again after being closed due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, not all stores will be selling this collection. Therefore, the easiest way to shop this collection is to do so online. Happy shopping! Stay safe. ■
For more information on new Studio Collection drop for Spring/Summer 2020, please visit the Canada website.
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