Girls, Check Out What Jimmy Choo Will Be Serving Up at H&M
Attention recessionistas! We don't know about you, but we are about to start lining up at H&M today to get first dibs on Jimmy Choo's first ever ready to wear line which hits stores Nov. 14.
WWD says, the line reflects just how the Tamara Mellon, Jimmy Choo's founder, would style the accessories on herself. The women’s ready-to-wear looks include a sequin-covered black jersey dress with a plunging V neckline; a one-shoulder gray suede minidress; a chubby black faux fur vest; a boxy zipped cashmere cardigan covered in black sequins and beads, and — Tamara’s favorite — a short-sleeve black suede minidress drenched in long suede fringes that extend past the knee.
The shoes are equally edgy. All made of leather, there are bondage-inspired high-heel sandals for evening, strappy studded gladiators for day and stretch leather over-the-knee boots meant to be worn with a short skirt or dress. Many pieces are inspired by styles that have been in the collection, such as an oversize leather clutch with gold hardware, an embellished zebra-striped pochette for evening and platform sandals.
Boys, there will be something for you, too. For the first time ever Jimmy Choo will be designing a men's line. It will include a refined leather bomber jacket, a black suit, slim-cut jeans and easy T-shirts.
PS: The most expensive thing in this post is the thigh-high boots which costs $300.