H&M’s latest designer collab has officially dropped and it’s just as spectacular as anticipated. The collection — dubbed Rabanne H&M — encapsulates everything we love about Paco Rabanne’s eponymous brand: sequins, metallics, embellishments, and more.
The entire collection includes womenswear, menswear, and even home decor. It also incorporates several different aesthetics, not just the sequins and oversized chainmail designs that have become synonymous with the brand. Other looks include 70s-inspired jacquard knits, crystal-embellished-knits, preppy tracksuits, animal prints, lacy undergarments, and more.
Unfortunately, some of the pieces are a little pricier than we’d like. Ringing in at over $300 and even $400, some of the pieces cost as much — or even more than! — OG Paco Rabanne.
So, we sorted through the collection to see what’s worth buying and what’s, well, not. Because there’s no way we’re paying over $400 for fast fashion. We don’t care *what* designer puts their name on it.
Below, check out our top picks. Or, check out the entire Rabanne H&M collection here.
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You can’t shop Rabanne without walking away without *something* metallic. And the timing couldn’t be better — metallics are in this season, whether you rock them head-to-toe or simply as an accessory.
Black lace will never go out of style. And with exposed bras becoming the norm these days, you’re going to want something stunning to show off.
Go back to school with a few monogrammed trackwear pieces that will keep you going all fall.
Style: Glitter Jacquard
Worn together or separately, this orange jacquard embellished knit aesthetic is sure to turn heads.
Who says florals are just for spring and summer?
Style: Embellished Knits
Who can resist a matching cardi and tank, particularly when it comes in pink?
These pieces may be listed in the men’s section but there’s no doubt they’d look good on anyone of any gender.
Live the life of luxury with these simple but elegant bath accessories.
Geometric prints and patterns have never looked better than as a throw on your couch.
Worth the Splurge
There are a few pieces in the collection so special that they’re worth the $200+.