The Giambattista Valli x H&M collab has dropped. Here's everything on our wish lists

The hotly anticipated second drop from the Giambattista Valli x H&M collaboration has arrived in stores 


After that pink tulle dress made lust lists everywhere earlier this year, the Giambattista Valli x H&M collaboration is back with a new drop of stunning pieces.

Released in the South King's Street store and online, the collection is the best way to inject some haute couture into your party season wardrobe.

Faux fur, embellishments and, of course, plenty of tulle are all cornerstones of the beautiful edit, but the best part is that if frills and froth aren't your thing, you have the freedom to borrow from the boys.

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The menswear collection features some standout pieces for those looking for a rock 'n' roll edge, with animal print, structured blazers, and chunky accessories.

This second drop follows on from the wildly popular first collection from the collab, whose party dresses and ethereal silhouettes went down a storm with the influencer sect of the fashion world. And ahead of tomorrow, many of them are showing their styling prowess on the new collection too.

With prices starting at €79.99 for dresses, the collection is definitely more affordable than couture designer items, and as it's limited edition, it's sure to sell out within minutes. Prepare your baskets now, with our edit of our favourite pieces.

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Short tulle dress, €249

 

Oversized leather jacket, €249

 

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Jacquard-knit jumper, €119

 

Silk lamé scarf, €34.99

Silk chiffon blouse, €99.99

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Cardigan with sparkly stones, €99.99

 

Velvet jacket, €149

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Long tiered dress, €149

Long tulle dress, €299

Featured image: H&M


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