H&M has released the first set images from its collaboration with Moschino, which is due to arrive in stores next month.

The campaign is fronted by Gigi Hadid, who is photographed wearing a bodycon dress and knee-high boots. Hadid is a regular on the catwalk for both Moschino and Jeremy Scott's eponymous label.

Designed by Moschino's creative director Jeremy Scott, the clothes are said to be inspired by a 1950 haute couture show, championing flashy accessories and prints.

Shot by esteemed fashion photographer Steven Meisel, the two snaps offer a sneak peak at the collection which is expected to sell out within days.

While the retailer has yet to reveal every piece included in the collection, Scott says that the clothes includes cropped jackets, hockey jerseys and parka dresses.

The collaboration has been causing a stir in the fashion industry since it was announced in April.

Prices range from £25 to £300, making the pieces far more affordable than regular Moschino, where hooded sweatshirts can cost as much as £900.

H&M collaborates with high-end fashion designers once a year - and the collections are always a huge hit among shoppers.

Previous collaborations have included Erdem, Balmain, Isabel Marant and Stella McCartney.
先前H&M曾与Erdem(艾尔丹姆)、Balmain(巴尔曼)、Isabel Marant(伊莎贝尔·马朗)以及Stella McCartney(斯特拉·麦卡特尼)等品牌合作过。

The collection launches in stores and online on 8 November.