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H&M's new Hawaiian-inspired range in support of WaterAid

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Jun '12
H&M has launched H&M for Water, a fantastic collection of Hawaiian-inspired items for all the family. H&M have supported WaterAid since 2002, making this the 10th year.

The sun-soaked collection captures the ease of the Hawaiian lifestyle; with dresses and skirts for women in a palm print, as well as bandeau tops and matching skirts in a nostalgic floral print.

The collection also features retro swimwear and an entire range of accessories, such as see-through beach bags and bandanas.

For men, the palm-print shirt combined with printed shorts, sunglasses and sandals, is a summer essential.

For kids, there are tops with matching skirts for girls and shirts and shorts for boys, all in the same prints as those for the grown-ups!

Twenty-five percent of sales from this collection will be donated to WaterAid.

The H&M for Water collection includes garments made of organic cotton and other sustainable materials.

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