Get a Closer Look at The Weeknd x H&M “Spring Icons” Collection

Above: The special capsule is now available at H&M retailers
Above: The special capsule is now available at H&M retailers

Whether you’re diehard stan or a casual fan, it’s become pretty clear that The Weeknd is killing it right now. Apart from a worldwide tour and a chart-topping album, the Toronto native has been dipping his toes into the world of fashion. Last year, the 27-year-old took a break from music to ink two big sponsorships with some heavy-hitting apparel giants. Firstly, the Starboy committed to a sneaker deal with German footwear brand, Puma. Abel followed that up by announcing an exclusive partnership with global retailer, H&M. While we’ve received a good taste of the Puma collab, The Weeknd’s H&M capsule has simply been teased on social media, leaving fans anxiously awaiting the official drop.

This week, we were finally blessed to hear that the Swedish clothing outlet would stock up stores with the highly anticipated XO line. The H&M x The Weeknd capsule has been fittingly dubbed “Spring Icons”, and features bomber jackets, chunky sweaters, and longline tees. Everything looks incredibly clean, is thankfully affordable, and boasts a rich palette of monochromatic tones. You can cop it all at H&M’s online store here. But before you ready your shopping cart, take a moment to get a closer look at each piece from “Spring Icons”. You can follow us after the jump to see everything for yourself.

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Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan is a writer from Toronto. His favourite things in the world are music, movies, and mini dachshunds. Give him a follow on Twitter at @aidandaoust, where he’ll also accept your mixtape submissions.

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