Joining Karl Lagerfeld at the top of the designer-for-cheap-chic pile, Cavalli has agreed to do a collection for the Swedish retail behemoth. It seems HM is returning to true design...

Joining Karl Lagerfeld at the top of the designer-for-cheap-chic pile, Cavalli has agreed to do a collection for the Swedish retail behemoth. It seems H&M is returning to true design roots for it's upcoming collaboration, shying away from the celebrity lines that have been receiving mixed reviews.

Dexigner reports:

“As the first Italian designer in the history of H&M, I enthusiastically welcomed this invitation, proud to bring the lively and positive spirit of my work to a new audience, who will be able to see and interpret my style in an individual way. I love freedom and challenges: breaking down barriers, experimenting in different directions. H&M is all this for me. I will add a dash of festivity and dreams,” explains Roberto Cavalli.

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