Emma Stone is already wearing H&M's newest collaboration

Emma Stone has jumped right on the H&M x Erdem bandwagon. (Photo: Getty Image)

Emma Stone has stepped out wearing a satin pajama set from the highly anticipated collaboration between H&M and British designer Erdem. The collection isn’t set to debut until Nov. 2, but the Oscar-winning actress got her hands on it first, and wore a look recently on Chelsea Handler’s Netflix talk show, Chelsea.

Stone, who is promoting her new film, Battle of the Sexes, is a big fan of Erdem, having worn the designer’s dresses in the past. His signature Victorian style, including feminine gowns often decorated with lush, watercolor prints, is a big celebrity favorite among English actresses, including Claire Foy, Emilia Clarke, and Keira Knightley.

The starlet is right on the mark with her pick, as pajamas are a major trend at the moment, having been spotted throughout Milan Fashion Week both on and off the runway. The set worn by Stone features an elegant white piping and soft, delicate white floral print that encapsulates Erdem’s signature, feminine and floral design touch.

If Stone’s look is any indication of what’s to come, keep your eyes peeled for more romantic floral printed dresses, blouses, and trousers that would look right at home in a lush English garden.

With the new retail collaboration, Erdem is following in the footsteps of a highly established pedigree of H&M team-ups, including those with Balmain, Versace, Alexander Wang, Karl Lagerfeld, Isabel Marant, Maison Martin Margiela, and Comme des Garçons.

The PJ set is priced at $149 (shirt) and $99 (bottoms). And if you can’t wait until November, here’s a sneak peak of the entire H&M x Erdem collection:

Video: H&M

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