If you didn't want to risk getting hospitalized clawing your way into an H&M this weekend to nab a piece of the Versace for H&M collaboration collection, you might be getting another shot: Versace is rumored to be returning for a second H&M line this spring.
Women's Wear Daily reports that a spring pre-collection, designed by Donatella herself, will launch on Jan. 19th in countries that have an H&M e-commerce site.
Which means United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden and Norway, but no USA? NOOOOO.
The original Versace for H&M collection debuted just last week, opening internationally to outrageous overnight waiting lines, strict rules for shoppers and even injuries as budget-minded consumers fought to get their hands on a piece of reasonably-priced couture.
After the palm-tree printed shirts, pink suits and studded leather of the first line, we wonder what Versace wildness the second collection will comprise -- unless Donatella decides to go rogue and give us a line of white tees and blue jeans instead. And maybe she'll let real women model it this time?
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