In just a few days, H&M’s collaboration with Erdem will hit stores globally. The retailer has already been successfully building the hype, releasing a Baz Luhrmann-directed short film to showcase the collection.

Now, before it's released, you can check out every piece that will be landing and work out exactly what designs you’ll be putting your money toward.

The collection features 83 pieces spanning clothing, footwear and accessories. It’s also Erdem’s first foray into menswear.

Florals are aplenty in the release, with designs showcasing Erdem’s signature prints and styles. Expect silk dresses, cotton tees, mohair jumpers and lace shirts.

It also includes a selection of pieces which fall into H&M’s Conscious line, meaning they’re made with sustainable materials.

Items start at the $50 mark for basic tees and accessories, ranging up to $450 for wool-blend coats.

H&M x Erdem lands at select stores globally and online from November 2.

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