If there’s one thing fashion fanatics can count on, it’s the release of a new H&M designer collaboration every year. And if the hysteria surrounding 2015’s #Balmaination collection is any indication, this year’s KENZO line will most likely cause Black Friday levels of shopping madness. But, hey, it’s not every day that you can snag designer wares for less than a Benjamin, right? (Ahem, they’re called sample sales).
KENZO designers teamed up with the fast-fashion chain to create the most positively ferocious collection possible. If you’re tired of the quintessential all-black New York wardrobe, and aren’t afraid to rock some serious animal print, the wares below belong in your closet. (See: Not only do we live in the concrete jungle, but you can sport the jungle on your back!)
You'll find a lot of sweaters, coats, t-shirts and dresses as well as caps and boots in this collection priced between $50 and $400. From tiger stripes and cheetah spots to funky florals, these clothes have a lot of personality and make a strong statement—much like the creative ambassadors reppin’ the looks. The brands joined forces with a diverse cast of talented and inspiring artists, writers, singers and songwriters to show off the collection. Here are the faces behind the new KENZO x H&M line:
Amy Sall (founder and editor of Sunu)
Anna of the North (singer)
Harriet Verney (writer)
Ingrid (rapper, singer and songwriter)
Oko Ebombo (musician + performance artist)
Isamaya French (Makeup artist)
Juliana Huxtable (artist)
But, we know, enough already! You must be dying to see what the clothes actually look like. So here are some of our utmost favorite pieces from the collab. Oh, and you can shop the styles online and in stores starting November 3. GOOD LUCK!