H&M Moschino Collection Creates Frenzy, Crashes Website

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The H&M Moschino collection caused such a stir that it crashed the company's website.

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Customers flocking to the chain's online retail website in an effort to get their hands on the new H&M Moschino merchandise caused it to crash . The collection features new items from the fashion company that are part of a collaboration between it and Moschino.

H&M is aware of the problems that its website has been suffering from due to the launch of the H&M Moschino collection. It is advising any customers that are having trouble making orders to contact customer service .

It wasn't just the website that saw an influx of customers thanks to the H&M Moschino's collections release. The company also saw customers lining up outside of its store in London as they prepared to open their doors. Some customers were waiting in line since 11:30 p.m. of the previous night, reports Daily Mail .

Here's how some Twitter (NYSE: TWTR ) users are reacting to the launch of the H&M Moschino collection.

  • "Moschino and H&M pls fix the site so i can spend a stupid amount of money on ur collab."
  • "Love my new condom packet earrings from Moschino x H&M."
  • "I didn't get anything I wanted from the H&M x Moschino collection &##128557;"
  • "#MOSCHINOxHM well done for not even having the website working for the launch!!!!! #pathetic @Moschino @hm"
  • "Just an honest woman, trying to get on to the H&M x Moschino website…"

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