Kenzo to release designer collaboration with H&M this fall

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      If you refused to brave the rain in a tent outside H&M last fall, thus failing to snag anything from its highly coveted Balmain line, you may want to mark your calendar for the company’s next designer collaboration.

      The Swedish mega-retailer has announced that it will be working with Parisian fashion house Kenzo on a limited-edition capsule collection, which will be available in stores and online starting November 3.

      Known for its use of bold colours and in-your-face prints, Kenzo draws from pop culture and global influences to craft vibrant pieces—many emblazoned with its signature tiger motif—that have become instantly recognizable among celebrities and street style stars alike.

      According to a press release, creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, who joined the fashion house in 2011 after launching Opening Ceremony in 2002, want to “think big, push the boundaries, and bring the new energy of Kenzo to everyone around the world.”

      Kenzo joins a long line of high-profile designers who have collaborated with H&M, including Balmain, Alexander Wang, Isabel Marant, and Versace.

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