H&M's Ariana Grande collection is what you need for her concert this September 3 years ago

H&M's Ariana Grande collection is what you need for her concert this September

I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it.

If you're preparing to bop your ponytail off this September when Ariana Grande takes to the 3Arena for three sold-out gigs well, there are a few things you need.


Firstly, some winged eyeliner - essential.

Secondly, a pair of over the knee heeled boots.

And thirdly, some of this Sweetener collection from H&M just in time for her concert.

The collection which features a handful of pieces emblazoned with Ari's slogans and face is the perfect attire for her concerts when she rocks the place on Sunday, September  22, Monday, September 23 and Wednesday, September 25.


T-shirt - €14.99

Crop top - €12.99


Lyric t-shirt - €12.99

Hoodie - €22.99


You can check out the whole nine-piece range here.

Ariana was in news earlier this week after she donated $250,000 of the proceeds from her recent gig in Atlanta, Georgia to Planned Parenthood.

The singer gifted the sum to the organisation as Georgia became one of the latest US states to pass anti-abortion laws.

The heartbeat bill will make abortion illegal in cases where a foetal heartbeat is present. This often occurs around six weeks gestation, before most women even know they are pregnant.

Planned Parenthood action fund president Dr. Leana Wen told PEOPLE that Ariana's donation comes at a "critical time - in Georgia and across the country, anti-women’s health politicians are trying to ban all safe, legal abortion."


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"This is not what the American people want, nor is it something they’ll stand for,” she said.

Last month, Georgia became the fourth US state to introduce a heartbeat bill after Kentucky, Mississippi, and Ohio.

Alabama is set to impose the country's strictest abortions laws from next year that will make terminations illegal in all circumstances except where there is a substantial risk to the life of the mother.

The move has been widely criticised for putting women's lives in danger and doctor's professions at risk.

You can read the full story here.