First Look: The KenzoxH&M Collaboration Is Attention-Grabbing!

Alisha Fernandes , 27 Jul 2016

We already told you that H&M’s newest collaboration is with Kenzo but now there’s more…

Collaborations between design houses and high street brands or even celebrities and brands or design houses are all the rage RN and we are especially waiting with bated breath for the launch of H&M’s latest collection with Kenzo. To play with our feelings even more, they have just revealed three looks from the collection that are going to be available November 3rd onwards in over 250 selected stores worldwide, as well as online (thank God!).

The Big Reveal

Print, colour and individuality are the defining points of this collaboration and in keeping with this philosophy they picked a variety of young artists, activists and creative professionals for the look book to be ambassadors of the collection. The tiger print in bold colours seem to be the common thread featured through all the looks. Take a peek!

New York

Amy Sall (student and activist) & Juliana Huxtable (artist, poet and DJ) both wore tiger print jersey roll-neck tops paired with matching high waisted leggings and printed shaft boots. They also wore branded logo gloves.

Amy Sall & Juliana Huxtable in KENZO x H&M
Amy Sall & Juliana Huxtable in KENZO x H&M (Image Courtesy: Oliver Hadlee Pearch)


Isamaya Ffrench (makeup artist) wore an oversized leather jacket with pink faux Shearling lining and a matching tiger print jersey roll-neck top with high-waisted leggings.

Isamaya Ffrench in KENZO x H&M
Isamaya Ffrench in KENZO x H&M (Image Courtesy: Oliver Hadlee Pearch)


Oko Ebombo  (musician) wore a parka with removable printed collar, block colour tiger-print jeans, plus the padded flip-flops with socks. He accessorised with a cool tiger-printed cap with attached scarf, added another printed, woven scarf and a cross-body bag.

Oko Ebombo in KENZO x H&M
Oko Ebombo in KENZO x H&M (Image Courtesy: Oliver Hadlee Pearch)

Did you get a load of that print though? It’s amazing how the separates look like one jumpsuit when they’re paired together, right? We think it’s pretty damn cool that they picked people from different cities, working in creative fields as their ambassadors to further promote the idea of individuality and put them in these funky, printed get ups. Can’t wait for November.

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