Selma Blair thinks Matthew Martin Margiela's collection for the high street is "crazyballs".
The luxury designer has teamed up with Swedish fashion store H&M to produce an affordable and accessible line.
Selma is impressed with the pieces on offer and thinks designers collaborating with the high street is a great idea.
"Have I loved all the H&M collections? Yeah, especially Versace - to get that much oomph at H&M is wonderful," she gushed to British magazine Look.
"They're all incredible. I'm all for that high/low thing, letting everyone get access to designers. For someone like Margiela to design for H&M is like, crazyballs to me!"
A host of celebrities turned up for the line's launch party in New York wearing creations from the collection.
The 40-year-old admired the dresses of fellow guests as she enjoyed the event.
Mena Suvari rocked up to the do in a flattering body with a bra print, teamed with a black skirt.
"I love what Mena has on. That's why I keep taking pictures - I'm like: 'I gotta get that, and that, and that!'" she laughed.
Selma herself wore a black dress, teamed with Perspex wedges from the collection.
The actress admits she faced a slight struggle when getting ready for the event.
"But the dress I'm wearing was the one that made me laugh and cry as I tried to get into it," Selma explained. "I kept putting my hands through the sleeves, and you're not supposed to!"
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