H&M have got another designer collab on the card — this time, the high street store is teaming with Kenzo and we see it being another sell-out.
Teaming up with Kenzo, the first three looks from the collection, shot by Oliver Hadlee Pearch, are modelled by a variety of young creatives, activists and artists - and they certainly don't disappoint.
New Yorker Amy Sall (student, activist and founder of SUNU: Journal of African Affairs, Critical Thought + Aesthetics) is shot with Juliana Huxtable (artist, poet and DJ) in tiger print jersey rollnecks and high waisted leggings.
Isamaya Ffrench (a London based make-up artist) rocks an oversized leather jacket and pink faux shearling lining and tiger print jersey roll neck and leggings.
Oko Ebombo (a Parisian musician and performance artist) wears tiger print flip flops, jeans, scarf, hat, socks and cross-body bag alongside a parka with removable collar.
The collection will launch in H&M stores worldwide on November 3 as well on H&M.