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Festival season is already in full swing, with Coachella behind us and Bonaroo on the horizon—and fast fashion retailer H&M's just launched a festival collection for the bourgeois Bohemian in all of us. Lou Doillon and Lizzie Jagger front the new collection—which includes unconventional pieces like a leopard-print tent. The festival collection is part of the retail giant's Fashion Against AIDS program. Comprising 20 pieces for women, 12 pieces for men, and 20 accessory items including headphones and sleeping bags, a quarter of the proceeds from sales of these items will be donated to HIV/AIDS awareness projects. The company raised more than $4 million with its last two Fashion Against AIDS collections. [WWD]