H&M launches Stranger Things collection just in time for summer

The collection hits stores on 23 May

Olivia Petter
Thursday 09 May 2019 09:30
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Stranger Things fans, prepare to dive right into the Hawkins Community Pool with H&M’s latest range that is inspired by the hit Netflix series.

The high street brand’s capsule collection comes ahead of the programme’s highly-anticipated third season, which will air later this summer, and consists of swimwear, clothing and poolside accessories.

The cult sci-fi series has already proved its influence outside of the small screen, having inspired a legion of fans eager to channel its unique aesthetic via retro bomber jackets, cumbersome scrunchies and varsity sweatshirts.

H&M's offering is logo-heavy – with “Hawkins Pool” emblazoned across T-shirts, swimsuits and trunks – and feature a playful assortment of nostalgic floral prints in homage to the 1980s vibe that characterises Stranger Things.

Swimwear is soaked in vermilion hues that will inject some vibrance into your poolside style. And for those who still feel like they’re missing something from their summer wardrobe, there’s the Stranger Things visor, which will do little to shade your face but much to bolster your sartorial credentials.

The campaign is fronted by actor Dacre Montgomery, who plays Billy Hargrove in the show and poses in an array of sun-kissed settings that evoke a Baywatch-meets-holiday Insta snaps mood.

Prices range from €7.99 (£6.88) to €19.99 (£17.21).

The H&M x Stranger Things collection will be available in H&M stores worldwide, as well as online, from 23 May.

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