Swedish Hasbeens x H&M: The Complete Collection

New in collaborations: Fast fashion stalwart H&M has teamed up with old school clog maker Swedish Hasbeens for a one-off collection, set to hit stores April 20. But unlike traditional Hasbeens, beloved by hipsters and fashion elite, these puppies aren't super-pricey. In fact, they'll retail from $59.95 to $69.95. And it seems that the quality of the shoe will remain more-than-decent. “We believe very strongly in making better shoes for a better world. We want to make fashion more fun, creative and friendly to both the environment and people. And we have loved designing for H&M! It’s a fantastic opportunity to spread the idea of Hasbeens and make these shoes available to more people around the globe,” says Emy Blixt, founder and designer of Swedish Hasbeens, said in a statement to the press. We think we'll take the black sandals and the red Mary Janes. Click through to see the full collection.
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New in collaborations: Fast fashion stalwart H&M has teamed up with old school clog maker Swedish Hasbeens for a one-off collection, set to hit stores April 20. But unlike traditional Hasbeens, beloved by hipsters and fashion elite, these puppies aren't super-pricey. In fact, they'll retail from $59.95 to $69.95. And it seems that the quality of the shoe will remain more-than-decent. “We believe very strongly in making better shoes for a better world. We want to make fashion more fun, creative and friendly to both the environment and people. And we have loved designing for H&M! It’s a fantastic opportunity to spread the idea of Hasbeens and make these shoes available to more people around the globe,” says Emy Blixt, founder and designer of Swedish Hasbeens, said in a statement to the press. We think we'll take the black sandals and the red Mary Janes. Click through to see the full collection.
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New in collaborations: Fast fashion stalwart H&M has teamed up with old school clog maker Swedish Hasbeens for a one-off collection, set to hit stores April 20. But unlike traditional Hasbeens, beloved by hipsters and fashion elite, these puppies aren't super-pricey.

In fact, they'll retail from $59.95 to $69.95. And it seems that the quality of the shoe will remain more-than-decent. “We believe very strongly in making better shoes for a better world. We want to make fashion more fun, creative and friendly to both the environment and people. And we have loved designing for H&M! It’s a fantastic opportunity to spread the idea of Hasbeens and make these shoes available to more people around the globe,” says Emy Blixt, founder and designer of Swedish Hasbeens, said in a statement to the press.

We think we'll take the black sandals and the red Mary Janes. Click through to see the full collection.