Versace is set to inject its final dose of designer mystique into high street brand H&M on January 8.
The designer brand will unveil a collection of cool ‘candy colours’ and quirky patterns, featuring bright berries and butterflies for this years spring and summer seasons.
The Versace collections for H&M have been a great opportunity for the fashion conscious on a budget, to get hold of genuine designer pieces at great prices. But all is not lost.
As one fashion house severs their ties with high-street favourite H&M, Italian label Marni moves in to fill the void.
Marni will bring with it all the elements for which it is best known, bold colours and stand-out prints, which should harmonise perfectly with H&M’s edgy and clean cut modernity.
The Marni for H&M collection will take to stores worldwide and be available online from March 8.
But that’s not all H&M has to offer. David Beckham has already unveiled his new underwear and body wear range for the high street store.
Modelled modestly by the footballer himself, Beckham’s collection features boxers, long johns and T-shirts.