Alexander Wang x H&M collection in Manila: Shopping rules

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Alexander Wang x H&M collection in Manila: Shopping rules
It's here – but you'll have to follow the rules in order to get the pieces you want
ALEXANDER WANG FOR H&M. Pieces from the collection. Photo courtesy of HM

MANILA, Philippines – The mechanics for shoppers waiting to get their hands on pieces from the Alexander Wang x H&M collection are finally here. Click here to view the entire collection, with prices in Philippine pesos. 

H&M released details of shopping guides for those who are going to be waiting in line when the collection drops in Manila (and worldwide) on November 6. 

Below are the guidelines, taken directly from the press release:  

Scuba sweater with bandage sides with silver and black leggings. ‘WANG’ beanie and high cut scuba boots. Photo by: Mun Kong. Stylist: Kovit Ang. Hair & Makeup: Raudha Raily. Location: Climb Central
  • Color codes shall be provided on site (the color codes determine your shopping hours/group)
  • 10 minutes allotted shopping time per group in the Alexander Wang X H&M collection area, other areas of the store will also be open during that time
  • Each customer is limited to purchase 2 pieces/product/per color
  • Your place in line does not guarantee availability of any items from the Alexander Wang X H&M collection
  • Return policy: there is a strict 3 days return/exchange policy, no refunds or exchanges will be given after this time. Items must be in perfect condition and please bring your receipt. Accessories and undergarments are not refundable for hygiene reasons. Items that are not the correct size may be exchanged but cannot be replaced with a different item. 
  • No substitution in line is allowed. Actual customer should be in line.  

As this is H&M’s 10th designer collaboration, in celebration, the first 10 customers on November 6 will be given a commemorative book called The First 10 Years. 

This is an extensive look back on the previous designer collections, the processes involved from creation to launch. Previous collections featured work by Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney, Roberto Cavalli, and most recently, Isabel Marant.  

According to the release, The First 10 Years “will be sold in select markets with 25% of the cover price going to UNICEF for their work against child marriage. It will not be sold in the Philippines.”

H&M opened its first store in the Philippines in SM Mega Fashion Hall earlier this October (take a tour of the store here). The Alexander Wang x H&M collection was also recently formally launched in New York City – click here to view Rappler’s coverage–

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