Sometimes a picture tells a thousand words, and a video, a million. Like H&M's spring trends video, which not only showcases a couple of H&M's fresh spring '12 looks, but also features an inside glimpse into the Swedish mega-brand's warmer-weather staples. To showcase the picks, H&M's head designer Ann-Sofie Johansson sends washed-out separates down the runway, explaining the silhouettes of the season. Words like "tailored," "neon," and "girlish" are thrown around a lot, evoking a kind of "Brights? In spring? Groundbreaking" reaction, but despite the familiarity, we're not complaining. Fash-geeks won't be shocked at predictions of a sporty spring, but we dig that H&M caught on to the neon colorblocking vibe that has currently been an obsession. And that white blazer at the 18 second mark? Never going out of style.
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When Instagram announced the launch of Hyperlapse, its separate timelapse video app, we were immediately excited by all the gorgeousness it would bring to our feeds. This new tool boasts instant sharability and image stabilization, among other features. In other words, it's perfect for Fashion Week. With the New York read