8 must-haves from Alexander Wang X H&M

8 must-haves from Alexander Wang X H&M

By Zhang Weifang, TODAY

On Nov 6, at exactly 8am, the doors to H&M’s stores in Orchard Building and ION Orchard will open to what we expect to be a sizeable crowd queuing up for the highly anticipated Alexander Wang X H&M collection. To avoid getting overwhelmed, we’ve done your homework for you. Here are our recommendations.

FOR WOMEN
1. CROPPED SWEATER (S$99.90)
These cropped sweaters look especially fetching when worn with a sweet pair of black skinnies or around your waist with the Wang logo shown off.

8 must-haves from Alexander Wang X H&M
2. SPORTS BRA (S$69.90)
You don’t need to be working out to don Wang’s chic-as-hell sports bra. Wear this under a sheer white tee with cigarette-cut pants and you’re all set to impress.

8 must-haves from Alexander Wang X H&M
3. T-SHIRT DRESS (S$249)
If you’ve yet to own a Little Black Dress, this sexy, minimalist number could end the search.

4. BOOTIE HEELS (S$399)
Work these four-inch beauties with a pair of cropped pants to channel downtown cool or with a slinky mini dress to paint the town red.

8 must-haves from Alexander Wang X H&M

FOR MEN
1. T-SHIRT (S$59.90)
ts breathable and quick-drying properties mean that you can go about running your errands the entire day without revealing nasty sweat stains all over.

2. HOODED SWEATER (S$119)
et in on the fashion action and grab this piece quick: This hoodie sold out within seconds at the Alexander Wang X H&M pop-up store in New York.

8 must-haves from Alexander Wang X H&M
3. SCUBA BAG (S$199)
his roomy bag looks as good in your wardrobe as it does with your weekend outfit.

4. SHORTS (S$119)
his pair stands out in the crowd without being a show-off, and will look handsome when teamed with a fitted singlet and a short-sleeved shirt. No slippers allowed.

8 must-haves from Alexander Wang X H&M

The Alexander Wang X H&M collection will be available on Nov 6, Thursday, at H&M stores in Orchard Building and ION Orchard. Doors open at 8am. 

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