Kenzo is the lastest brand to join in on the H&M collaboration roster – and you can expect those signature/archival prints from the fashion label along with tiger accents and bright colors. "Given Kenzo Takada’s penchant for clashing patterns and textures and current creative directorsCarol Lim and Humberto Leon’s own lively work at the label, the lineup is plenty colorful."
“Lots of customers only know the side of Kenzo we worked on,” said Leon Humberto. “But we’re celebrating the brand’s 50th anniversary. We’ve kept Kenzo Takada close to our hearts; he comes to all our shows. We want to do something that makes him feel proud.”
On keeping the aesthetic fresh and diverse:
The Japanese-born designer presented his own version of streetwear, and made a point of putting on runway shows that reflected real life. Inclusivity and individuality were guiding principles in the Kenzo collections of the 1970s.
Keep your eyes out for the official release date of November 3rd.
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