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H&M Teams Up With British Cult Brand The Vampire’s Wife

Discover a dreamy collection of gothic capes and romantic dresses.

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H&M has just announced an exciting new designer collaboration with celebrity-favourite label The Vampire’s Wife. Known for its signature shimmering dresses, the brand is loved by the likes of Sienna Miller, Rachel Weiss and Alexa Chung.

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The spirit of the Vampire’s Wife rises out of all the things we love! There is a bit of Goya, some Russian ballet, a bit of Blanche Dubois. There is a prairie element, demure and utilitarian but also unabashedly sexy. They are designed to elongate the body like an El Greco and float like Victorian spirit photography. They invoke the ghosts of mermaids and air fairies and you can wear them with flip-flops and heels or no shoes at all. The spirit of The Vampire’s Wife is simply a love of beauty, beauty as seen through a chaos of influences! – Vampire’s Wife founder and creative director, Susie Cave


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We’ve kept this a secret for so long, and now we can finally share with you the news of our collaboration with @thevampireswife. It’s been a dream for us to co-create a collection with the British cult brand that artists, movie stars & fashion insiders are obsessed with. The founder & creative director of the brand is non other than legendary @susiecaveofficial, & for this partnership the magical dresses are made with sustainably sourced materials. We talked with Susie to hear her thoughts on womanhood, sustainable fashion and what currently inspires her — go to our link in bio to read the exclusive interview! ARRIVING 22 OCTOBER. 💌 #TheVampiresWifexHM #HM (P.S. Keep your 👀 on our Stories to follow the journey.)

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The collection consists of desirable statement mini and maxi dresses, accompanied by covetable jewellery: necklaces, a bracelet, earrings and rings.

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The Vampire’s Wife x H&M collection is made from sustainably sourced materials, utilizing recycled nylon and polyester. It is continuous work to ensure that the life cycle of the products from design, raw material production, manufacturing, transport, storage, marketing and final sale, to use, reuse, repair, remake and recycling of the product and its components keep this in mind. – adds Susie Cave

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The collection will be available from 22 October 2020.

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