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H&M collaborated with a legendary contemporary artist Jeff Koons, known for his glossy balloon sculptures, on a new mini art exhibition hosted at the 57,000-square-foot flagship store on Fifth Avenue and 48th Street in New York City. As part of the collaboration, the Swedish brand and the American artist have created a special accessory piece that pays tribute to Koon’s signature artwork, balloon-dog.
H&M has collaborated with Beyoncé on the retailer’s upcoming summer push. The celebrated recording artist will front the brand’s advertising campaign for swimwear and beachwear slated for the launch in May. She has also lent her creative expertise and sharp sense of style in designing looks for the collection.
H&M is contributing to the global recycling movement in a new way for the company. On February 21, the fashion retailer officially launched a new worldwide apparel-recycling initiative, which allows consumers to help save natural resources and get a little money in return. Customers can leave bags with used and unwanted clothing from any brand in the special green-and-white “Long live fashion!” containers across all H&M stores worldwide. The garments will then be recycled or reworn, depending on their condition.
H&M has released an ad starring David Beckham, which was announced earlier this year. The soccer celebrity, who has been collaborating with the retailer on the underwear collections, got featured in a spot running down the streets of Beverly Hills just in his latest line of Bodywear (a pair of Navy Green, Boxer Briefs).
H&M continues to commit to a more sustainable fashion future with a new eco-friendly seasonal collection, presented by Vanessa Paradis. In the promotion of the H&M’s Spring/Summer 2013 Conscious collection, which is launching internationally in two months, the French celebrity is wearing very feminine and spring-inspired clothing items in the settings, inspired by a spring garden.