Yesterday landed in New York Oliver Rousteing, Balmain creative director, to present the outing on the runway collection for H&M. The special affair also included an appearance from the Backstreet Boys, who performed during the fashion show. Red, black and white dominated the range’s color palette as Rousteing showcased the fashion house’s tailored heritage with a selection of sharp blazers and trim pants. The range also makes a fashion-forward plea with the inclusion of jumpsuits and double-breasted tops. Balmain’s decadent outing for H&M hits stores on 5th of November.