The Spring 2018 runways were filled with period pieces (styled anachronistically, of course). Miuccia Prada layered Victorian-era bustiers over graphic tees; Nicolas Ghesquière paired brocade frock coats with silk running shorts at Louis Vuitton. Here to further fuel our desire for clothes that feel as if they had a past life is Canadian and Turkish designer Erdem Moralioglu, who just unveiled his much-anticipated Erdem x H&M collab.
As presaged by the dreamy Baz Luhrmann-directed teaser the duo released this past July, the capsule is filled with floaty tea dresses and floral print suits. But that’s not all: there’s also ruffle, lace and bow-accented blouses, jackets and coats done in tweed and faux fur, colorful cable knit sweaters, fancy pajama-style shirts, pretty bow hairpins and — to remind us we’re all still in 2017 — a logoed sweatshirt and flower-embellished combat boots.
Suffice it to say we need it ALL. And even if you don’t partake of the collection — which you should, but we get it, H&M’s coveted designer capsules are known to sell out quickly/crash the retailer’s site — be sure to steal some styling tips from the surrealist, Michal Pudelka-lensed lookbook. Printed hoodies with matching slip dresses and heels? Yes, please.
Click through the slideshow below to see every piece from the collection, available at select H&M locations and hm.com starting November 2.