The H&M Studio holiday capsule collection for 2023 reimagines romance and sophistication, perfectly aligning with the festive spirit of the holiday party dress season. This exquisite collection, rooted in the essence of fashion’s core elements like corsetry, lingerie, and tailoring, marks a new era of evening wear.
H&M recently launched its holiday campaign, accompanied by the Rabanne H&M ads, showcasing a unique sci-fi chic aesthetic. The holiday capsule is inspired by the intricate construction of antique undergarments and the stark aesthetic of Brutalist architecture, and the collection presents an intriguing juxtaposition of glamorous dresses and elegant suiting.
Jeanne Cadieu, the face of the lookbook images, embodies the collection’s essence, showcasing pieces that blend sensual silk and lace with a soft-focus color palette. This line, available from December 7th in selected stores and online, offers an alluring take on day-to-night dressing.
Ann-Sofie Johansson, head of design womenswear and creative advisor at H&M, emphasizes the collection’s focus on timeless dressing and enduring sophistication. The collection revives classic styles like the bias-cut slip dress and the sculptural blazer, crafted in fabrics that promise longevity and style that transcends seasons.
Key highlights feature a voluminous tulle ballgown in fiery red, a blush-pink lace paneled dress, and a shimmering mesh mini dress with a tantalizing peek-a-boo neckline. The collection daringly updates traditional tailoring with lingerie details, seen in mesh-trimmed black pants paired with a cropped corset top and a roomy jacket.
The silver slip dress and black overcoat duo echo timeless elegance, complemented by geometric jewelry and minimalist sandals. Sustainability also plays a key role, with most fabrics being eco-friendly, including organic silk, recycled wool, and sequins from recycled polyester, emphasizing H&M’s commitment to sustainability without compromising on style or quality.