Swedish high street brand H&M has recruited a dizzying number of name-brand labels to design capsule collections: Karl Lagerfeld, Lanvin, Isabel Marant, Versace, Maison Margiela, Balmain, and, most recently, Kenzo’s Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have all created capsule collections for H&M, offering a more accessible alternative to their ready-to-wear lines.

This fall, British designer Erdem Moralioglu will add his name to the roster. H&M announced early Thursday that Erdem is slated to be the brand’s next designer-collaborator, with a capsule collection to debut Nov. 2. It presents the designer the opportunity to reach a mass audience and venture into categories he hasn’t previously.

“For Erdem x H&M, he’ll reflect and reinterpret the design themes from some of his most celebrated collections, playing with prints, textiles, and the delicate craftsmanship that have made his name,” a press release accompanying the announcement revealed. “He has created an enchanting world full of beauty, delicacy, and rich details,” said Ann-Sofie Johansson, H&M’s creative advisor, in a statement accompanying the release. This means a riff on his womenswear designs, which take cues from historical periods (recent collections have drawn inspiration from the Ottoman Empire and a shipwreck dating to 1642), in addition to Moralioglu’s first-ever menswear collection.

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