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H&M Conscious Exclusive Glamour Collection

H&M has created an exclusive collection of red-carpet looks, all made from more sustainable materials such as organic cotton and hemp as well as recycled polyester. The Exclusive Conscious collection will be available from April 12 in around 100 stores worldwide. H&M is easing into e-commerce, which should be coming in September. Currently the fast-fashion giant is selling looks from the new TV show Fashion Star. I think I'm more excited about the prospect of being able to shop H&M online than I am these red carpet looks, although a few of them are definitely eye-catching.

UPDATE 3/21: The Glamour Collection will only be available in stores, not online.

Browse the complete lookbook after the jump. Excited for this?

{Amanda Seyfried wore the blue tuxedo blazer and shorts at a London premiere, while Michelle Williams wore an H&M custom-made gold-draped organic cotton bodice with a satin-backed crepe trumpet skirt at this year's BAFTAs in London. (You'll be able to shop a top and skirt inspired by Michelle's exclusive gown.)}

Photos courtesy of H&M
dyinggggg over the lime green open back dress!! there's not an H&M in my homewtown so I hope it's available online!!!
#1 Liz on 2012-03-19 18:42 (Reply)
This makes me wish even more that we had an H&M in Nashville.
#2 Nichole (Homepage) on 2012-03-19 19:17 (Reply)
totally loving the lime green open back dress!
#3 anh (Homepage) on 2012-03-19 20:06 (Reply)
Looooving that floral print tank dress! It reminds me of Prabal Gurung's amazing prints.
#4 Nikki F. on 2012-03-19 21:21 (Reply)
I love the large floral print long sleeve dress! The demure cut goes well against those bold flowers.
#5 MizzJ (Homepage) on 2012-03-20 01:03 (Reply)
Love the blue short pant suit. :-)
#6 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2012-03-20 09:45 (Reply)
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