Watch: Fans Camping Out for Versace for H&M are Mistaken for Occupy Wall Street Protesters

Meet Michael, a die-hard Versace for H&M fan who camped out for 22 hours outside the Fifth Ave. H&M store in New York for the chance to be one of th
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Meet Michael, a die-hard Versace for H&M fan who camped out for 22 hours outside the Fifth Ave. H&M store in New York for the chance to be one of th

Meet Michael, a die-hard Versace for H&M fan who camped out for 22 hours outside the Fifth Ave. H&M store in New York for the chance to be one of the first to shop the collection (he was 8th on line). The Cut gave him a flip cam to document his wait. Michael, understandably, gets annoyed with all the people asking him what he's waiting for, but takes it in stride. "That's what you deal with when you're a dedicated fan," he said. "This is a collaboration that doesn't come around every day." Some people even thought the Versace for H&M fanatics on line were Occupy Wall Street protesters. "A lot of people are asking us if we are part of the Occupy Wall Street political things that is going on and I don't understand why they're asking us," Michael said. "Cause we don't got no tents."

But it all worked out for Michael in the end. He bought $1,200 worth of Versace for H&M, according to The Cut. Makes weathering the "brick ass cold" temps worth it.