H&M and Chloe: It Never Ends

First, H&M copies Phoebe Philo's billowy bib dresses, which we've all still got in our closets (I'll admit it; now it's your turn). Next, H&M steals
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First, H&M copies Phoebe Philo's billowy bib dresses, which we've all still got in our closets (I'll admit it; now it's your turn). Next, H&M steals
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First, H&M copies Phoebe Philo's billowy bib dresses, which we've all still got in our closets (I'll admit it; now it's your turn). Next, H&M steals Anya and Freja from the Chloe campaign and adopts them as their own poster girls. And this weekend, they went one step further, rolling out their upscale line COS for London and European girls - especially London girls who stalk Ms. Philo in her Notting Hill neighborhood. The collection was very clean and easy to understand - but it was almost entirely cream, black, and a neon shade of burnt orange that we've only seen once before: On the last Chloe catwalk. The shapes of the dresses were also similar - short, boxed, skimmed - and all of the girls had long, shiny straight hair, parted to one side, with orange lip gloss. Just like these girls from... yes, the last Chloe show. So H&M, we have to ask: Is Chloe like the senior girl in high school that inspired your freshman crush? Because this big sister/ little sister clothes snatch just won't stop...

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