American model Lily Aldridge photographed by Hong Jang Hyun for the cover shoot of the fashion magazine Elle Korea for their December 2013 issue
H & M continues its commitment to a more sustainable fashion with two new collections – the Conscious and Conscious Exclusive – which will be available in stores from 10 April 2014. In both collections starring the supermodel Amber Valletta, known for showing interest in environmental issues. The Conscious collection includes key fashion pieces, all with more sustainable materials such as organic cotton, Tencel ®, hemp and recycled materials. It will be available in all H & M stores and online.
Ms Valletta said in a press release: ‘I’m very excited to work with the H&M Conscious campaign, because we share the same values about sustainability.
‘This collection shows that you can be as mindful about people and the environment as fashion conscious.
“We started by looking at all the various beauty tools that Revlon makes,” said Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig, Marchesa co-founders. “We knew that we wanted to bring an elegant femininity to this collection and ultimately decided that the three designs should be inspired by three dresses from our Spring/Summer 2014 runway show. We think the result is quite romantic with the three intricate lace patterns.”
After the amazing nail stickers with motifs inspired by the collection of the house for this season, now here it comes a collection of beauty tools Revlon by Marchesa. Consists of nail files, eyebrow tweezers, a mirror and a kit manicure kit with a brush–on packs in a soft pink hue and adorned with a delicate pattern of black lace, a favorite material of the house, which refers to the collection Spring 2014. Available this coming January, priced from $5 to $14, each of these super chic beauty tools is also super affordable. But if you can’t wait another month to get your hands on these, shop Gilt.com to try any of the sets for just $29 when you make a purchase of $150 or more.