Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Inspired H&M
November 17, 2011 by staff
Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Inspired H&M, In December, you will be able to dress like Lisbeth Salander, the dark and urban anti-heroine of David Fincher’s version of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Working together with the film’s costume designer Trish Summerville, H&M will release a 30-piece collection consisting of leather jackets and pants, torn jeans and slouchy hoodies in a mainly black, grey, and worn-white color palette. Launching exclusively at Parisian concept store Colette on November 28, the collection will be available worldwide and online from December 14.
Trish Summerville is behind the costumes for one of the year’s most eagerly awaited films, David Fincher’s version of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. To celebrate, costume designer Trish Summerville has created a women’s collection for H&M, full of pieces inspired by the film’s anti-heroine, Lisbeth Salander. The 30-piece collection has the dark urban feel that defines her character, with leather jackets and trousers, torn jeans and slouchy hoodies all in industrial shades of black, grey, worn white or dark red. The collection debut exclusively at the boutique Colette in Paris on November 28, with its own dedicated in-store area. The collection will be available from December 14 in Divided departments in around 180 H&M stores worldwide, as well as online.
“Salander’s look is very real and very lived in, with pieces that her character has worn for a long time, like her jackets that act as her armour to shield her from the world. I wanted the collection to have the essence and strength of Salander, with a fashion edge, and I’m pleased with the result! My goal is for women to find pieces in it that they love and then mix them with their own wardrobe to create their own personal style,” says Trish Summerville, Costume Designer for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
“I love this collection and what we’ve achieved with Trish. She has such an amazing eye, is so specific and has such a strong vision. The clothes are all about the attitude – they have a toughness to them but they are also really flattering. The collection is so much more than costume – it’s a fashion statement, it’s modern, and it’s right for now,” says Anna Norling, Designer for Divided at H&M.
Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.