K-pop’s biggest girl group, BLACKPINK, has teamed up with one of fashion’s giants, H&M, to launch a new merch collection – but there’s something you need to know before rushing to the store.
Though the affordable merch collection is now available to shop, and some items are even marked as sold out already, it appears to have limited international availability. It looks like, for now, it’s only available in Asia and Australia – but that doesn’t necessarily mean it won’t arrive stateside at some point.
While we keep our eyes peeled and wallets ready, you can peruse the collection’s offering – which includes graphic hoodies, t-shirts, cropped tees, dresses, shorts, skirts, and accessories – on H&M’s Australian site.
The full merch range’s core colors are – no surprise – black, pink, and white. One of the key emblems throughout the line is a four-panel portrait design of Jennie, Rosé, Jisoo, and Lisa with ‘BLACKPINK’ written across it in call caps. The merch line appears to be very streetwear-inspired, with items like bike shorts, bucket hats, silver chain necklaces, oversized blazers, and even fuzzy slippers. On its website, H&M called the collection “a Y2K-inspired collection for all fans out there, for everyone who loves their music and style.”
Blinks are always ahead of the curve when it comes to BLACKPINK style news, and this time is no different. Blink Twitter was speculating about the H&M merch collection a few days early. “BLACKPINK H&M collection dropping next week yup yup,” one user tweeted on June 30. But even non-Blinks are reacting positively on Twitter. “I’m not a fan of Blackpink but H&M released clothes around the band and I might just cop the black blazer,” one user wrote.
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