This time capsule collections are oriented in two different ways: or on the one hand the most elegant looks are enhanced that you intend to meet the demand for options for the celebrations, dinners and events of the era, either opt for warmer looks at that point and corduroy become fundamental elements.

And all this can be addressed in several ways, but the H & M is the most convinced us: full color. For this reason, we passed blacks and whites and the sober and repetitive patterns to inject powerful colour palettes, use very festive and exotic materials such as silk and velvet, all in a very youthful and original. So glad to deal with winter.

The point between the discrete and the jovial

The point we especially liked. Their proposals are very simple, with geometric designs of this era but betting on Trac on light and dark colors and contrasting them or a very simple jacquard in dark tones, or with a more striking range of colours that manages to break the monotony This type of clothing and do spot an equally valid option on the most special occasions both in our day to day.

A very colorful shirts

Another of the strong points of the collection are his proposal in it comes to shirts. Again, the color is its main Fort. The most vivid hues as the pink gum or the electric blue, they make hollow to most Christmas prints as the lumberjack, in darker tones and type oxford shirts or classical, and even some Denim or style more discreet worker. The versatility that gives us as well as the variety of them allow us to combine in all kinds of situations without any problems.

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Knit Jones: June 2010

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Knit Jones: December 2010

Knit Jones: December 2010

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