Jessica Hart for H&M Trend Update by Oscar Falk

Joanna Elizabeth


Published April 5, 2012

Light and Flirty SpringJessica Hart is the latest model to front H&M’s Trend Update style book. This time, the Australian beauty poses for Oscar Falk’s lens in spring pleats, pastel hues and peekaboo cutouts with art direction by Mikael Kangas. Jessica also sports a short bob and pink lips in the spring pieces.

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4 thoughts on “Jessica Hart for H&M Trend Update by Oscar Falk”

  1. it’s one thing to be inspired by the catwalks, but sometimes i think h&m takes it a bit too far. that lv-“inspired” collar is more of a complete duplicate than anything. it makes me a little bit resentful. anyone else feel this way?
    january, x

    • ¬†Those “LV-inspired” collars you refer to have been around since the 1930s, so no, I don’t really share your resentment.

  2. First look looks like Versace, the shorts are Balenciaga, the collar shirt is LV, and the pink dress victoria beckham. What a total rip off 


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