H&M, Swedish fashion brand, is famous for two things: cheap outfits that make you look expensively-stylish and collaborations with big-name designers that make luxury brands seem all that more affordable.

H&M’s previous collaborations, with the likes of Lanvin and Versace, had fashions lining up well before stores opened, with the collections selling out within days. This season, H&M has worked with influential Parisian fashion house Maison Martin Margiela. Founded by Belgian designer Martin Margiela in 1988, the label remains famous for its avant-garde style, even though the founder actually left the brand a couple of years ago. Maison Martin Margiela for H&M features reproductions of the brand’s signature pieces from previous collections, such as oversized jackets and pants, architectural coats and geometric dresses. Available at Siam Paragon.