You’re definitely going to want to grab your purse and head to the men’s section at H&M this Weeknd—I mean weekend. Because on March 2, the retailer is launching a clothing line created in collaboration with none other than the Weeknd himself. The Spring Icons Selected by The Weeknd collection was curated by the Canadian Grammy-award winner with the fellas in mind, but there’s definitely a few pieces that we wouldn’t mind having in our own closets.

“What I like about this collection is that it’s all about pieces that I want to wear,” The Weeknd explained to WWD. “The way that I dress is like a uniform, and it’s pretty much who I am. Whenever I travel around the world, it’s also how I see other men dressing. Streetwear has taken over the world, and in the process it’s started to change and become even more special, more sharp.”

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The Weeknd has a good point, and those streetwear vibes are also influencing women’s fashions. There are several high-end designers that are throwing that inspiration into their runway clothes for women—like Tommy Hilfiger and Alexander Wang. But this H&M line is a more affordable way to test out the trend. Some items will be up for sale for as low as $15 and max out at $80. In particular, we have our eye on the “XO” bomber jacket ($37), which would look great over a fitted dress, and we could see pairing the relaxed-fit jeans ($37) with your favorite button up and chunky heels. Other items include blazers, sweaters, and hoodies. This men’s collection is full of casual essentials. And those necessities could be the perfect building blocks you need to revamp your spring wardrobe.

Here’s one of the cool bomber jackets from the Spring Icons Selected By The Weeknd collection.

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These slouchy jeans look so comfortable.

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And this sweater is definitely a must-have.

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Press play to get a glimpse at the The Weeknd wearing the collection below.

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