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Minju Kim/ Kenzo x H&M

dsc06595dsc06636dsc06623dsc06728dsc06600dsc06673dsc06649dsc06614dsc06691dsc06735In the year 2013, Minju Kim won the H&M Design Award. She graduated at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Belgium. Her dresses, accessories, coats and shoes are from another planet. I can only be joyful when I wear her pieces of art. Minju Kim is such a creative artist, and thanks to H&M I could afford her wonderful clothes. The dress, collar and shoes that I wear on the photos above are a product of her wonderful world.

Let’s talk about H&M and their good (for my taste) collaborations with students and fashion designers. Sadly, I have to say that I haven’t been a big fan of the collaborations from H&M. Minju Kim was a highlight for me, so I tried to grab all the pieces that I wanted. In 2012, Stine Riis, another fashion student, proved that she can work with colours and feminine shapes. In the same year, Marni made a whole collection for H&M. And it was really pretty. The designer used gorgeous patterns and textures for an aesthetic look. I loved the polka dot pieces! And now 4 years have passed and a new highlight is on the horizon for me (and surely for a lot of you): The Kenzo Collection for H&M!! Oooo I can’t wait until November third!!! The folklore dresses and bold colours are a dream for me!! What do you think of the collection?

Whoop whoop!! Stay tuned for the looks when I am wearing Kenzo x H&M!:):) I cannot wait!!!!!!

I am wearing: Minju Kim x H&M Dress + Collar + Shoes, Zara Coat (which is an unbelievable Kate Spade dupe, but what can I say – Zara is really a gangster, but I loved this coat too much not to buy it.. sorry, I am a catastrophe), my bag is from & Other Stories.  

 

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Hi, I'm Anna - a colourful Fashion Blogger and I'm trying to show you the colourful side of Luxembourg.

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