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03/22/2013 12:35 pm ET

H&M Model Collection Inspired By Joan Smalls, Daphne Groeneveld & More (PHOTOS)

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We can barely keep up with H&M (and apparently they can't keep up with themselves, either -- the retailer's website was down this morning). The clothing mega-chain just announced a new special collection called The New Icons, inspired by four of the industry's top models.

H&M is teaming with icons Joan Smalls, Daphne Groeneveld, Lindsey Wixson and Liu Wen for the new line, set to debut in "the beginning of April." Smalls describes the collection to Vogue UK:

"The New Icon collection from H&M is very flattering and suits all of your needs. It's super cool and for your everyday girl who wants to look great and feel comfortable at the same time. I loved the look I was wearing because it's something I would see in the store and would want to wear."

Um, OK. For those of us whose leggy limbs haven't been immortalized in print, we can turn to H&M's updated classics, like lace-up black denim cutoffs, fringed jackets, fedoras and collar necklaces.

"Iconic women know how to create their own style -- they may follow trends but mix it with personality," Wixson adds. Browse through the collection below. Which items will you be incorporating into your wardrobe?

H&M's The New Icons Collection

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