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If you missed out on getting pieces from the Lanvin for H&M, you're kind-of in luck.

In an environmentally-conscious fashion, H&M has taken the fabric remnants from that collection and has turned them into a small collection of sportswear and accesories called "Waste," that will be available in select stores.

In most pieces, several varieties of fabric have been used to create graphic, striped and harlequin patterns. The capsule collection contains jackets, dresses, skirts and tote bags.

"This mini collection from leftover fabrics looks absolutely wonderful," Ann-Sofie Johansson, the head designer at H&M, said in a release. "My favorite piece is the bright, color-block tunic. It's perfect for that first spring update."

And it just so happens color blocking and stripes are perfectly in season.

Meanwhile, check out our coverage of the Lanvin for H&M fashion show, below.