H&M Mugler collab: These are the seven must have items from the anticipated collections that you can buy now

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Be the first to wear the new H&M x Mugler collection that Lourdes Leon, Pamela Anderson, and Charlie XCX were all seen wearing

It’s finally here! The long-awaited H&M high-street designer collaboration with luxury brand Mugler. Since the launch party in New York last month when we saw all the celebrities rocking the new collection, we have been counting down the days till we can purchase the entire range. 

H&M has become well known for luxe label collaborations over the years since the late Karl Lagerfeld started the idea with his brand collab in 2004. Major labels followed suit working with the Scandinavian retailer including Balmain, Moschino, Versace, Jimmy Choo and Stella McCartney. 

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At the launch party there appeared to be a lot of black, mesh, cut-outs and skin-tight bodysuits. With Lourdes Leon and Charlie XCX wetting our appetite for the official launch which is today 11 May.

But it wasn’t all black the collection also features neon pink and green dresses, silver accessories, denim and a stunning teal green leather trench coat that sold out in seconds. 

Enough about the celebs wearing the collection all you want to know is which are the best items that you can get your hands on TODAY (11 May) but you will have to be quick because this range is guaranteed to sell out fast. 

Spiral Panel Jeans £119.99 - You can’t go wrong with a good pair of skinny jeans which will mean all eyes will be on you in these. The signature stretch-jersey panels in contrasting black colour that twists around your legs will sculpt your legs.

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Knot-detail one-shoulder dress £99.99 - This dress is easily one of the most wearable from the collection as it’s not too revealing and comes in pink, black and teal. The one-shoulder style with asymmetric cut at the top, stand-up collar and one long sleeve ending with a detachable glove. 

Mesh-panelled body Black £49.99 - It’s a bold look but the mesh panelled bodysuit was the most stand-out look from the range. Can easily be paired with the jeans to tone it down if you're not brave enough to match with the leggings. 

Mesh-panelled stirrup leggings Black £69.99 - But then again if you buy the bodysuit you may as well buy the matching legging. High-waisted stirrup leggings in stretch jersey with curve-highlighting spiral mesh panels

Batwing-sleeved hoodie Blue/White £49.99 - I’m not gonna lie this went straight in my shopping basket. I'm not a fan of huge labels emblazoned across the front of clothes - prefer the quiet luxury style -but the small detail of Mugler written on the shoulder is a cute addition. A hoodie is a simple item that will last forever and the powder blue colour will never go out of fashion. It’s a loose-fitted cotton fabric with low dropped shoulders and long, voluminous batwing sleeves.

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Hourglass wool jacket Antique Pink £229.99 - This has to be my absolute favourite of the collection. The beautifully tailored jacket in a stiff wool weave with a defined hourglass silhouette and bold shoulder pads is giving me '80s Girlboss' vibes. The signature stars in shiny metal connected with a chunky cable chain finishes the look perfectly. There is also a matching skirt. 

Coffin-shaped press-on nails Silver £12.99 - Ok let's be real, we don’t all have the funds to go splurging on the entire range and compared to the usual H&M price tag the collection may feel a little bit expensive. However, if you still want a bit of the designer label then why not try these coffin-shaped press-on nails with chrome finish to complete your look.

Shop the H&M Mugler collection for women and men from 11 May

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