The Kenzo X H&M collaboration is now teetering on the edge of an all-out frenzy, after the full lookbook has been released, following the initial announcement back in May, and a campaign tease last month starring supermodel Iman, hip hop artist Chance the Rapper, and rapper Suboi.
A riotous affair of clashing colours, abstract prints and tiger stripe motifs, the collection sees zingy orange facing-off against meadow green, monochromatic stripes meeting folkloric styles, with graphic shapes in ceremonious technicolour.
But of course, that’s not where the surprises end. The entire collection is showcased by modern day icons including experimental makeup artist Isamaya Ffrench, writer and activist Amy Sall, artist and DJ Juliana Huxtable, artist Ingrid, and musician Anna of the North.
Due hit 250 H&M stores worldwide on 3 November, your shopping list starts here...
Artist and DJ Juliana Huxtable clashes florals and animal prints.
Makeup artist Isamaya Ffrench in a collection hero piece - the striped skirt.
Writer and activist Amy Sall works the orange vs green colour clash.
Artist Ingrid wrapped up in the zebra print coat.
Stripes on stripes
Fashion editor Harriet Verney rocks Kenzo stripes.
Model Selena Forrest in muti-coloured leopard prints.
Musician Anna of the North in the folky frock.
Silk pyjama prints
Model Julia Banas in the blanket coat and pyjama style shirt.
Spots vs diamonds vs stripes
Model Mae Lapres in the spots and diamonds dress.
Amy Sall in fierce prints.
Juliana Huxtable in Kenzo florals.
Ingrid in the bold animal stripe bomber jacket.
Amy Sall in serious zebra print.
Selena Forrest in the striped dress.
Amy Sall in folky layers.
Mae Lapres in the tiered dress.
Julia Banas in the green striped shirt
Juilia Banas in the folky printed tunic.
Selena Forrest in the textured bomber jacket.
Isamaya Ffrench in the striped top and bottoms.
Selena Forrest in the diamond print sweater and trousers.