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Dear H&M creative masterminds,

After spending a ridiculous amount of time thumbing through your online magazine, and fantasizing over the impeccable native inspirations, I've decided, officially, that I'm willing to work for the shearling flight jacket and Aztec cardigan.
Let me know what you think!

Much love,

Bella

Comments

--Sanam-- said…
I know right,these pics look amazing! i remember when i first saw these images in the H&M magazine last month,i was completely inlove.The photoshoot with Sasha is also amazing :D




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diane said…
I love these too. You really want to go bonkers? Go to Free People's website and check out their fall jackets, haha.
Alex said…
Love it! And love you!
Lindstyle said…
i love it and agree w diane!! i just checked out free people's stuff!

xoLindsey

http://couturerehab.blogspot.com/
ediot said…
hi darling!
i love that h&m are having so many fun campaign.
this editorial is great! i want the knit leggings so bad.
have a good week my dear

xx
Meho M said…
hahahahaha omg i totally agree! if they offer you a job be a doll and refer me :p

Meho xx
Anonymous said…
freaking love this, bella!
Katie said…
Love these - Aztec cardigan, plus brown suede boots, plus hot apple cider = mmm, fall.
Lisa said…
The Aztec cardigan is perfect for a "hippie style" shoot I am working on. Check out my latest post "Hippie Style - Photo Shoot in the Works" for some of the wardrobe pieces I hope to include. Thanks for the inspiration.
http://hipfashionstylist.blogspot.com
Lisa
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Mode Junkie said…
ahhh h&m will be the death of me. or my bank account´s. LOL

the fall collection is really GREAT!!

PS: thanks for the sweet comment on my blog babe!

xoxo Mode Junkie
Mary said…
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Shhhh said…
I just bought that massive chunky knit scarf and it's not left my body since! Well only to wash...

www.thefashionpirate.com
DaBlackSjp said…
I <3 H&M !!!!!!!!!!

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