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H&M launches Ariana Grande collection just in time for the Sweetener world tour

Sarah Young

Pop star Ariana Grande has launched a clothing collection with H&M.

The high-street chain has previously worked with Lanvin and Moschino to Giambattista Valli and now the Swedish retailer has joined forces Grande to create the capsule collection.

It features a range of garments from the “7 rings” singer including a combination of muted tones and tie-dye prints.

Highlights include a pink bodysuit that features the “Thank U, Next” lyrics, a cream hoodie emblazoned with the cover of the singer’s fourth studio album, Sweetener, and boxy T-shirts that instruct anyone you bump into to break up with their girlfriend.

The collaboration comes as Grande continues her world tour, which kicked off in New York on 18 March.

At a recent stop in Pittsburgh, the former Disney star paid tribute to her late ex-boyfriend Mac Miller.

Prior to Grande taking the stage, the late rapper’s music was played in the stadium.

Throughout her performance, fans also noticed the singer tear up while singing about Miller, who died in 2018 from an overdose.

The tour reaches the UK on 17 August with three shows at London's O2 Arena before she heads to Birmingham, Glasgow and Sheffield.

The full collection is available to buy in-store and online now with prices starting from £9.99.