The Weeknd has released his new Autumn clothing line in collaboration with H&M.
The line, The Weeknd x H&M came out yesterday, but many fans were left disappointed when they tried to purchase items.
Featuring a selection of jackets, hoodies and t-shirts, the streetwear items come in at H&M’s distinctive affordable prices, with the most expensive piece, a long black parka, costing just $99.
— H&M USA (@hmusa) September 28, 2017
Whilst American fans have been given the full collection, there are only a selection of The Weeknd’s designs available on the British H&M site. However, a tweet by the British H&M customer service assures fans it will be coming soon.
Hi Ali, sorry we are experiencing a delay with the hoodie. Sit tight and we will have it available as soon as poss!
— H&M United Kingdom (@hmunitedkingdom) September 28, 2017
In addition, many items have sold out from stores.
I JUST GOT THE LAST ONE IN STORE pic.twitter.com/EpggYaEUxK
— Saad (@SaadS_22) September 28, 2017
Bro I knocked off at work at 5 for this collection only to find out it was sold out. Had to take the last train back home for nothing. 😭😒
— TheWeekndSouthAfrica (@TheWeekndSA_Xo) September 28, 2017
The online Canadian store has officially sold out.
Hi! The collection has sold out online. We do not plan on restocking online but select H&M stores might still have some pieces
— H&M Customer Service (@hm_custserv) September 28, 2017
His stylish streetwear has made The Weeknd a regular name in the world of fashion. In August, the musician released his sneaker collaboration with Puma.
The Canadian singer is currently touring his Starboy: Legend Of The Fall world tour, with dates in the US, New Zealand and Australia scheduled through the rest of 2017. A few days ago, it was reported that two members of the tour crew were being investigated following reports of a sexual assault at the Ohio State University Campus.
The Weeknd’s third studio album, ‘Starboy’, was released last year. The record featured guest collaborations with Lana Del Rey, Daft Punk and Kendrick Lamar.