H&M teams up with Kenzo for next designer collection
Fashion lovers, are you excited yet?
(SPOT.ph) Remember when H&M launched their Balmain collection which drove shopaholics and fashionistas into a panicked frenzy? Well, H&M just announced their new designer collaboration and this time, it's with Paris-based label Kenzo.
The vibrant and playful Parisian house was founded by Japanese designer Kenzo Takada in 1970 and is now in the hands of Carol Lim and Humberto Leon. The collaboration makes so much sense: Kenzo is known for their animal prints, poppy garments, bold logos, and surrealist imagery—and we can imagine all marrying well with high street fashion.
And if the success of H&M's past designer collaborations (Balmain, Karl Lagerfeld, Comme des Garçons, and Alexander Wang) is any indication, we're pretty sure this capsule collection will fly off the shelves when it's released on November 3.
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