H&M Launches ‘Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’ Inspired Clothing Line

Just in time for Halloween and tailor-made for us non-girly girls, Swedish retailer H&M is launching a line of clothing and accessories inspired by the newly remade The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo movie, which is based on Stieg Larsson‘s bestselling book of the same name.

Costume designer Trish Summerville (from the remake, not the original made waaaay back in 2009) designed the line for H&M in the hopes that every girl will want to look like gothy anti-social Asperger-burdened computer hacker and main character, Lisbeth Salander (portrayed in the upcoming film by Rooney Mara).

While that’s not too much of a stretch for those of us whose wardrobe is already comprised mainly of un-pressed black on black, Summerville has dressed up Salander’s threads – everything from tribal style earrings to purposely beat-up jeans and hoodies menacing enough to inspire a stop-n-frisk on the subway – to make them more trend-friendly and less like my overflowing hamper (and hopefully will smell better). I just hope the trend doesn’t spread to the hairstyling world; I wouldn’t want to be too trendy.

The line is set to debut in select H&M stores on December 14th and the remake of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo will hit theaters on December 21st.


[Source: Telegraph via indieWIRE]

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