Hunting For A Kiss At Coachella, We Fell For H&M’s FAA Collection Instead

Coachella was so much fun, we only remember about half of it. But we’ll never forget H&M’s tent party — a hot mash-up of social media and charitable making out. See, for every Instragrammed smooch hashtagged with #Kissforacause, a dollar went to support Fashion Against AIDS. With $14,863 raised, that's a lot of hot, humanitarian action.
While hunting for a pair of lips to help us contribute (philanthropy turns us on), we kept running into cuties sporting covetable selects from H&M's latest Fashion Against AIDS collection.
The African-patterned dresses, Maori-print leggings, dip-dyed short-shorts, and macramé tops were spot-on for festival fashion, and it seemed every smoldering dude in sight was wearing a charmingly printed tee from the line. By the time we spied the adorbs sandals and feather-fringed accessories, we had completely forgotten about snagging that smooch and wanted prices and availability instead (maybe this is why we’re single).
As you might expect from H&M, the prices for our latest crushes start at $5.95 (for a chic poncho), and only go up to $34.95 (for a dip-dyed jacket). Oh, and the best thing about this summery, print-crazy collection: 25% of all sales benefit international youth HIV/AIDS awareness projects. Sensitive, stylish, and sexy — just try and tell us you’re not falling a little, too.
Find the collection in select H&M stores this week and do your part in contributing to the cause.
Available at H&M.
Photo: Courtesy H&M.

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