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Lana Del Rey wore Salvatore Ferragamo Berg wedges to a private concert in NYC hosted by H&M. These heels are from the Spring 2012 collection featuring black suede and cut-out wedge. Berg is available online in nude suede (on sale!) at 6pm.com.

These Ferragamo wedges are her favorite shoes at the moment, she’s worn both the black and the nude version on several occasions. Lana’s the new face of H&M’s “LA Noire” Fall/Winter 2012 collection which you can now shop online. Check out her H&M commercial and more shoes spotted on Lana.

Credit:Ivan Nikolov/WENN.com

I woke up at 4:30 am last Saturday to go shop the Versace for H&M collection. I was lucky; a new store opened last week about an hour away from me. I called the store on Friday & they suggested to arrive before 6am if I wanted to be at the front of the line.

I arrived around 5:45 am and there were 50 people in line. The employees came out around 7:30 to hand out the bracelets. There were groups of 20 allowed to shop the women’s collection and I was in the 2nd group.

I had my eye on 3 dresses & I was able to snag them all. When I tried them on, I was so disappointed to find the straps on the adorable black dress sewn horribly wrong and there was no way I could wear it. When I handed it back to the employee she said someone would still buy it – unfortunately she’s was probably right and it’s most likely on Ebay.

Overall the experience wasn’t nearly as crazy as other cities and was worth the trip. I wanted to share the pieces I purchased but instead of just doing my usual blogger-esquey shots, my friend & wonderful photographer Scott Braun took these beautiful photos!

I had to get this asymmetric dress; worn with Brian Atwood Follow Me pumps:
Ashley Spiker Versace h&M Scott Braun

Printed pink heart dress with fringe; worn with Christian Louboutin Gazolina boots

I had to pick up a litte something for Mr.ShoeRazzi; worn with Hunt spiked loafers

Did anyone else brave the crowds or manage to snag anything from the online store? Also, check out more of Scott’s work