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Live Stream H&M's First-Ever Paris Fashion Week Show Right Now

February 27, 2013 by Samantha Lear
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It’s been a doozy of a week for H&M. First, Helen Hunt was maybe the first star ever to walk down the red carpet at the Oscars in a gown from the fast fashion brand. Now, to kick off Paris Fashion Week the right way, the retailer is showing its fall/winter 2013 collection at the Rodin museum – a location that both Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent have used for past shows. The looks seen on the runway are said to be more heavily-focused on fall than winter, and will feature normal H&M prices – though toward the top of their usual range. So the upside: you can totally afford everything you see on the runway. The downside: you’re going to have to wait until September 5 when all the looks hit stores. In the meantime, click below to watch the show live.

WATCH THE LIVE SHOW

For more of fashion week, check out the complete Paris Fashion Week livestream schedule, shop looks right off the Burberry runway and learn how to rock a beanie like the runway models.

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