This Father’s Day, help your favorite Dad feel a little closer to the glory that is Beckham by giving him a piece of the action with the David Beckham Bodywear for H&M collection!
It’s not every father of four who can lead the LA Galaxy to a MLS Cup victory, fearlessly adorn a billboard in his H&M underwear, and receive a shout out from President Obama– yet Beck’s has managed to do all three! International retailer H&M, Hennes and Mauritz, popular for supplying fashion and quality at the best price, will be offering a range of items from the David Beckham Bodywear collection – including briefs, boxers, tanks, and tees, all starting at $12.95! Whether Dad is yearning for a sexy look or a comfy and casual feel, David Beckham Bodywear for H&M has him covered with a variety of styles in white, grey, and black.
Plus, because one will never do…buy one piece of David Beckham Bodywear and get the second at 50% off for Dad! Discount valid for a limited time only – June 7th thru June 17th.
In stores nationwide, visit www.hm.com for store locations and more information.
H&M was thrilled to exclusively host “Fashion Star” winner, Kara Laricks at their Flagship store on 5th Avenue. Fans had the opportunity to meet with Kara and of course check out the winning collection!
Laricks Earns the Prize of a Lifetime with $6 Million in Orders for Capsule Collections in Macy’s, H&M and Saks Fifth Avenue Stores
NBC’s “Fashion Star” named Kara Laricks as America’s first “Fashion Star” winner in the coveted season finale, earning Laricks the prize of a lifetime — $6 million in orders for capsule collections in Macy’s, H&M and Saks Fifth Avenue stores. In the final challenge, the remaining three contestants were tasked with creating separate showcases consisting of three garments for each of the retailers. The winning garments are available online and in stores tomorrow.
Laricks’ winning designs beat out two fellow finalists—Ronnie Escalante and Nzimiro Oputa. Her win comes on the heels of NBC renewing the freshman reality series for a second cycle in 2012-13.
A former fourth-grade school teacher, Laricks always told her students to be true to themselves. Finally, she took her own advice and pursued a career in fashion. She designs androgynous clothing for women, inspired by her love of menswear and an avant-garde Japanese design aesthetic. Best known for her hoodie scarves, collar-plus-tie, Laricks puts a spin on what is deemed traditional women’s fashion. @KaraLaricks
Celebrity mentors Jessica Simpson, Nicole Richie and John Varvatos played a crucial role guiding the designers throughout the competition with the hopes that the three retailers would vie for the right to purchase and exclusively carry the work of the up-and-coming designers each week.
“Fashion Star” will return for its second season during Winter 2013 on Sundays (8-9 p.m. ET).
“Fashion Star” scoured the country in search of the next big brand in fashion. Fourteen unknown designers were chosen and given the chance to win a multi-million dollar prize to launch their collections in three of America’s largest retailers: Macy’s, H&M and Saks Fifth Avenue. The series features host and executive producer Elle Macpherson along with celebrity mentors Simpson, Richie and Varvatos.
The “Fashion Star” format was developed by Ben Silverman of Electus (NBC’s “The Biggest Loser,” “The Office,” and “The Tudors”), Rick Ringbakk of Emmy Award-winning 5×5 Media (“Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution”), and E.J. Johnston and James Deutch of EJD Productions.