Shoppers fume over H&M range with Kardashian-loved designer with clothes 'not finished' and 'poor' quality | The Sun

SHOPPERS are fuming over H&M’s latest collaboration with Kardashian-loved fashion house Mugler.

The mesh and panel-clad pieces became available in stores last week after months of anticipation.

But fashion fans have now moaned it wasn’t worth the wait.

Content creator Kristie Dey took to TikTok to give a no-frills review after a visit to H&M the day the collection was released. 

Her first thoughts were that the “quality was too poor” for the price points.

The mini dresses were retailed between £69.99 to £149.99, with hoodies being flogged for £49.99 and fitted T-shirts for £29.99.

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Kristie also gave the garms a close inspection.

She assessed: “They glued fabric.

“Not all seams have finishings.”

On one dress, she located a “raw seam just under the breast”.

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Kristie also compared one of the £69.99 mini dresses to “a costume for scuba diving”.

She joked when trying it on: “Where’s my mask?

“Fabric is not comfortable and non-breathable.

“All the clothes made from polyester aren’t comfortable.”

Kristie added in the caption: “I didn’t get to see any wool blazer, because they were out of stock in the first hour. 

“But their hoodies made from organic cotton are VERY good, nicely knitted. 

“Clothes made from synthetic materials are uncomfortable and cheap.”

Fellow fashion fans jumped into the comments to say they felt “robbed” by the collection.

One criticised: “For £150 I expect at least finished hems on the inside.”

A second said: “I’m so fed up with fast fashion.”

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