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Marni for H&M Lookbook: Complete Collection Plus Pricing




Here's the Marni for H&M lookbook in all its glory, including menswear - some of the unisex looks are worth borrowing from the boys. This collection with Italian label Marni includes apparel and accessories like shoes, jewelry and handbags. Most pieces are priced around the $80 mark, while small accessories average just $19.95 (such as sequin collars) and nothing's over $149. I can see myself wearing the printed pants, leather panel sweatershirt, and just about all of the accessories (although I'd probably buy the flower necklace and end up just looking at it hanging from my dresser mirror while not actually wearing it). According to people who attended the launch party in Los Angeles which took place Friday night, the quality is great and everything looks like the real deal. Marni for H&M will be available in select stores on March 8, 2012.

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Photos courtesy of H&M
Comments
I love that silk halter dress w/ the circles. I don't like the price, though : (. I know it is supposed to be great for the brand, but oh well. Not made for my mommy budget
#1 mrsdla on 2012-02-19 12:21 (Reply)
i love the prints!
#2 Megan, The Frugalista Diaries (Homepage) on 2012-02-19 12:39 (Reply)
I give the collection a big, fat "meh." Marni just isn't my style. The color palettes always bore me.
#3 Nikki F. on 2012-02-19 12:51 (Reply)
Love! polk dot blouse, the printed t, sequin bib and some of the necklaces.
#4 shoppingirl on 2012-02-19 17:30 (Reply)
There are some cute pieces in here, and definitely the jewelry is really awesome, I will pick some up. But WHAT is up with the models for H&M lately? They all have that 2-months-with-a-meth-addiction look. Blech.
#5 Amy C on 2012-02-19 19:50 (Reply)
$90/piece isn't in my target price range. Frustrating since I love the stuff, but price creep at H&M and among these petite collections is really crimping my style.
#6 Alys on 2012-02-20 00:20 (Reply)
Hmm I hate to say it, but I'm not a huge fan of this collection. Maybe it's the styling, but it just looks really clashing.
#7 MizzJ (Homepage) on 2012-02-20 02:34 (Reply)
I was hoping there'd be some wedges, since I love Marni's footwear. Disappointing. Only pieces I would probably get are the sequined collars.
#8 Nicole O. (Homepage) on 2012-02-20 03:04 (Reply)
Really into the collars, great touch to the simple outfits.

Cleo Kim
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#9 Cleo Kim (Homepage) on 2012-02-20 05:44 (Reply)
I agree with Nikki F, and give the collection a big fat " meh". And the oversize dot print was already done by DVF a couple of seasons ago. And before that, it was Kate Spade's "noel" print.
#10 Target-Addict (Homepage) on 2012-02-20 10:01 (Reply)
I have to agree with the "mehs" out there. Nothing really catches my eye except for a couple of the men's pieces. If I had to pick a favorite I would say those platforms are unique and wearable. Overall I won't be lining up for this one!
#11 Emily (Homepage) on 2012-02-20 10:09 (Reply)
Interesting collection!
#12 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2012-02-20 13:22 (Reply)
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