The collection, which lands online September 2 in Australia, is filled with signature details from the Tokyo-based label, which was formed in 1997 by Yasuko Furuta and made a name for itself thanks to its avant-garde-yet-accessible pieces.
Trenches and tailoring are the focus here, with pieces you'll be dying to wear into the office come post-lockdown.
“Fashion can communicate ideas and interests immediately and non-verbally. With TOGA, I have explored the concept of the customer having agency over what they are wearing, a decision that conveys their personality instantly: they can choose to have bare skin underneath a hole in their skirt, or put trousers underneath. I would love for this H&M collection to introduce that idea to a global audience,” says Yasuko Furuta, founder and creative director of TOGA.
Our eyes are on this deconstructed classic shirt:
And for (hopefully) summer parties on the way, these floaty, dreamy floral dresses:
The H&M x TOGA Archives collection will be available on hm.com in Australia, September 2.