H&M Joins Forces With Lemlem For Eco-Friendly Collection

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H&M announces its latest collaboration with Lemlem–a sustainable womenswear brand founded by Ethiopian supermodel, actress, and maternal health advocate Liya Kebede.

Crafted from sustainable materials including “organic linen, recycled polyester and Tencel™ Lyocell,” this capsule incorporates a light and breezy feel while also incorporating their signature stripes and color-blocking details.

“I love that H&M has always been at the forefront of doing really cool collaborations. So for Lemlem, it’s really exciting to be part of that group of brands that they’ve collaborated with,” Kebede shared in a press statement. The prices on these pieces range from $13-$50 and are now available online and in select stores.

Elsewhere in fashion news, Pattaraphan unveiled their Thai-inspired jewelry collection “CO.”