You don't need an A-list budget to dress like an A-lister. H&M Conscious upped the style stakes this spring with its green-carpet-ready "Glamour" collection. Debuting April 12 at 100 H&M stores worldwide, with select styles available online, the Tinseltown-inspired gowns feature sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton, hemp, and recycled polyester in a sea of neon brights and technicolor florals. "The collection showcases the diversity of what is now possible in greener fashion," says the Swedish retailer in a press release,"with outfits in different styles reflecting the variety of today’s red-carpet fashion."
If the looks evoke a sense of déjà vu, your instincts don’t deceive you. In October, Amanda Seyfried wore the blue tuxedo blazer and short at the London premiere of her movie, In Time. Oscar nominee Viola Davis has been spotted in the hot-pink sleeveless top and skirt, while Sex and the City’s Kristin Davis wore the acid-green embroidered dress to a Vanity Fair soiree. Just last month, Michelle Williams donned a custom gold-draped bodice with a satin-backed crepe trumpet skirt to the BAFTA Awards.