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January 21st, 2011

Swedish Hasbeens For H&M Collaboration Brings Back The Clog

Swedish Hasbeens For H&M Collaboration Wooden-Sole Clogs

Thought the clog trend Celine started last year was over? Think again. H&M announced their collaboration with the iconic Swedish Hasbeens shoe label. This spring they’ll bring the classic Swedish Hasbeens wooden-sole to the masses.

Swedish Hasbeens For H&M collaboration includes three wooden-soled styles – gladiator style strappy wedges, heeled summer sandals and peep-toe slip-on wedges. What makes this collaboration even better is that the shoes are made from environmentally friendly materials, which is not something you can say often about fast fashion.

When normally you’d have to pay anywhere between $200 and $300 dollars for a Swedish Hasbeens pair wooden-sole sandals, this spring you’ll be able to purchase the three styles of Swedish Hasbeens For H&M under $100 dollars.

“These Hasbeens for H&M fit perfectly with the ’70s bohemian look that’s so important this coming season,” said H&M’s head of design, Ann-Sofie Johansson. Which means that we are in for a very hippie summer as far as fast fashion is concerned. I personally think these shoes would go great with a more modern minimal look as well.

Swedish Hasbeens For H&M Collaboration Wooden-Sole Clogs

Swedish Hasbeens For H&M Collaboration Wooden-Sole Clogs

[Images Courtesy of H&M]