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PIC: Zara Larsson designs collection with H&M

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Zara Larsson is launching a new capsule collection with H&M described as a mix of edgy streetwear and glamorous stagewear. PICTURE: Instagram

Zara Larsson is launching a new capsule collection with H&M described as a mix of edgy streetwear and glamorous stagewear.

The 'Never Forget You' hit-maker has teamed up with the high street retailer to create an exclusive capsule collection, which will be available in selected stores and online from May 18.

She said: "I'm so happy to be working with H&M on this collaboration. I've always loved the brand, they're fun and accessible to all kinds of girls which are key elements for me, plus the team is so fun to work with! I can't wait to share what we've been working on with you!"


The collection is described as a mix of edgy streetwear, glamorous stagewear and as well as a reflection of Zara's own personal style.
The Instagram post was captioned: “So happy to announce my collab with H&M! Out in May stay tuned!#zaralarsson #hm”. PICTURE: Instagram
The clothing brand is also promoting the 19 year old singer's latest album 'So Good' by playing tracks in their stores before the LP drops on March 17. And by pre-saving the album on H&M's website, it will automatically appear in your Spotify library when it is released.

Meanwhile, Zara previously confessed she thought she would be a way bigger star than she is now. She said: "When people ask me, 'What would you do If I told you five years ago you would be here?' My answer is, 'Honestly, I thought I would be way bigger.' I thought I would be selling out arenas by now."


Zara has been busy working on her new album and is excited to start writing more of her songs too. She shared: "I've been working on this album for three years. 'Never Forget You' was the first song I wrote, and I feel like in the past year, I just involved myself a lot more. "I'm still not writing everything - It's more like 60 percent - but I'm not writing I'm choosing the song. On the next one I want to be writing on every track."
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