Paris: Swedish retailer H&M unveiled its fall-winter collection at Paris Fashion Week, marking the first time that the company held an elaborate event to showcase its designs. H&M held its show in the gardens of the Rodin Museum, with the path to the runway area lit by candles.

The show started with a velvet cape, featuring two openings in the front, combined with boots as the icebreaker.

H&M reinterpreted the black mini-skirt, adding tassels and a good measure of English embroidery. The retailer's jackets were highlighted by their buttons and had futuristic diagonal lines.

The collection will go on sale Sep 5 at H&M's 200 stores around the world, company representatives told media.



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