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Timeline: H&M's collaborations

As Swedish fashion retailer H&M announced its latest collaboration with Isabel Marant, Drapers takes a look back at past collaborations.

  • March 2007: Madonna’s second collection includes pencil skirts, empire-line dresses in monochrome prints, tailored jackets, city shorts, a beige belted trench coat, cropped leather jackets and a white sequined mini dress.
  • May 2007: Kylie Minogue’s beachwear line called H&M Loves Kylie includes 15 styles with an Australian theme.
  • November 2007: Roberto Cavalli’s one-off range includes a 20-piece menswear collection and 25 pieces for women, including lingerie and accessories.
  • November 2008: Comme des Garcons launches a range into selected UK stores featuring Victoriana ruffle sleeved blouses and mannish spotty blouses.
  • April 2009: Matthew Williamson’s womenswear collection features dresses, tops, all-in-ones and sharp tailoring.
  • May 2009: Matthew Williamson’s collaboration marks the first menswear designer collaboration for H&M.
  • November 2009: Jimmy Choo’s range features more than 40 pieces including clothing, footwear and handbags. Key footwear styles included red patent strappy heels, studded pumps and zebra print sandals.
  • December 2009: Sonia Rykiel produces a lingerie and loungewear range, which went into 1,500 H&M stores.
  • November 2010: Lanvin’s H&M collection is designed in collaboration with Lanvin’s artistic director Alber Elbaz. It ranged in price from £7.99 for a lipstick to £199.99 for a black sateen coat with jewelled buttons and detachable fur collar.
  • April 2011: Swedish Hasbeens creates three styles of clogs for the Swedish fashion chain.
  • November 2011: Donatella Versace collaborates with the retailer on a womenswear collection featuring studded leather and colourful prints with the men’s collection focussing on sharp tailoring.
  • December 2011: Trish Summerville, the designer behind the costumes for the film The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, creates a womenswear collection.
  • January 2012: Donatella Versace launches a fruity cruise collection in January this year.
  • February 2012: David Beckham bodywear range launches in around 1,800 H&M stores in 40 countries worldwide from February 2.
  • March 2012: Marni launches a collection for both men and women that features Marni’s signature block prints and colour.
  • October 2012: Anna Dello Russo launches her outragious accessories range on October 4.
  • November 2012: Maison Martin Margiela teams up with H&M to create a men’s and women’s range of clothing and accessories.
  • March 2013: American popstar Beyonce fronts H&M’s summer campaign, with the singer also having an input in the design of the range.
  • June 2013: French designer Isabel Marant is unveiled as the designer behind the autumn 13 collaboration.

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