Olivier Rousteing with Kendall Jenner 
Olivier Rousteing with Kendall Jenner 

Balmain x H&M: Where to buy the collection

The collection is released tomorrow, here's all the info on how to get your hands on the designer collaboration including which stores will be selling it. 

Emma Akbareian
Wednesday 04 November 2015 12:18

At 9am tomorrow morning the eagerly anticipated Balmain x H&M collaboration will go on sale. Preparation is key to shopping success with these sell-out designer collaborations and we've got all the details you need on how to get your hands on the collection:


In stores and online from 9am (GMT) on Thursday 5th November


Online at hm.com or in store at one of the following H&M branches - London Westfield Stratford, London Westfield, London Oxford Circus, London 174-176 Oxford Street, London 234 Regent St, Birmingham Bullring, Edinburgh 41-43 Princes Street, Manchester 68-70 Market Street


H&M operate a wristband system whereby you will need to join a queue (arrive nice and early - a few hours before will give you a good spot, if you want to be one of the first expect to get in place overnight), you will then be given a wristband which will determine your shopping time slot. Wristbands are given out in groups of 20 and allow each group 10 minutes of shopping time.

Menswear shoppers:

No such queue system exists for the menswear so just turn-up and shop.

Online shoppers:

Be prepared well before 9am with a good internet connection and lots of patience, in previous years the website has crashed from the volume of visitors.


You won't be allowed to buy more than 1 of any item - this applies in store and online.


There's a limited 3 day return period for items for the collaboration, so if you change your mind you'll need to act fast.

Missed out:

Items are already showing up on eBay so they'll be opportunities to purchase from re-sellers although expect to pay a hefty premium.

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