H&M Studio Fall 2016 | Paris Fashion Week

March 3, 2016
Jourdan Dunn walks the H&M Studio fall-winter 2016 show wearing a slouchy jacket, lace top and trousers with embellished headband
Jourdan Dunn walks the H&M Studio fall-winter 2016 show wearing a slouchy jacket, lace top and trousers with embellished headband

H&M channeled folk style for its fall-winter 2016 Studio collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. The Swedish fast fashion brand tapped an all-star cast of models including Natasha Poly, Jourdan Dunn and even recent Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model—Ashley Graham. Besides folk details, the runway show also focused on long maxi dresses and menswear inspired pinstripe suiting with a relaxed fit.

Bohemian vibes came through with fringe details on a number of items such as boots and long coats like the one worn by Freja Beha Erichsen for the final look. Accessorizing the eclectic ensemble, tall bowler hats and western style boots with python prints made quite the statement.

Ashley Graham walks the H&M Studio fall-winter 2016 show wearing a belted dress, gaucho hat and red python print boots
Ashley Graham walks the H&M Studio fall-winter 2016 show wearing a belted dress, embellished hat and red python print boots
Freja Beha Erichsen walks the H&M Studio fall-winter 2016 show wearing a fringe embellished coat and matching boots
Freja Beha Erichsen walks the H&M Studio fall-winter 2016 show wearing a fringe embellished coat and matching boots

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