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Yesterday, Reformation debuted perhaps its most covetable collaboration to date: a capsule of New Year’s Eve-ready party pieces with pop-rock sister act Haim. Considering that the sustainable retailer and the Grammy-nominated girl group share a love of ‘70s silhouettes, vintage fabrics, and itty-bitty hemlines, this collection feels long overdue.
“NYE is the holiday that’s always over-hyped, but Ref clothes make you want to get dressed and go out — so it was fun creating our own version of that,” Danielle, Este, and Alana Haim said in a press release.
Being a massive fan of both the band and the brand, I want absolutely everything in the 10-piece range. And I could think of no better way to express that than in song — using Haim’s own lyrics, of course.
But now I’m falling, falling, falling / Falling, falling, falling / Falling, falling, falling, falling, oh — “Falling”
I could make you mine, make you mine — “If I Could Change Your Mind”
I want it all, I want it all — “Days Are Gone”
But I will wait, and I will want / Wait ’til the day you’re back again* — “Let Me Go”
I wanna get back to everything I had / Before you came around, you fucked me up / What am I to do now? — “Better Off”
But I’ll be hurting from the heat / Hurtin’ from the heat — “Go Slow”
Forever I see you and me / Forever I’ll try for you and I** — “Forever”
Never thought that that I would grow so old of seeing the gold / Still I never want it to go — “Don’t Save Me”
If you want to take me, baby, please / Been holding on for eternity / Save you only for me — “My Song 5”
I will run away if you call my name / And I, I’ll keep running if you come my way… — “Running If You Call My Name”
* Get it? Because it’s already waitlisted?!
** This one too. Sigh.