H&M’s New Designer Collaborator Will Have Prints On Prints On Prints!

Every year, we can count on H&M to reveal the latest designer the retail brand will be collaborating with in the fall. For 2016, the designer will be Kenzo, so expect the Kenzo x H&M collection to hit H&M stores and the website on November 3.

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Kenzo was handpicked by H&M to be its 2016 designer collaborators due to its “vibrant and playful” vibe that “captures the energy of global culture to create its unique, youthful spirit.” The brand’s co-founders, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, are no stranger to teaming up with the biggest fashion houses and lifestyle brands in the world. They’ve worked with the likes of Levi’s, Teva, Pendleton, Keds, Dr. Martens, Vans, New Era, Evian and Google.

Leading up to the release of Kenzo x H&M, a runway show will reportedly take place in October.

There’s no word yet on how the clothing an accessories will look, but if you know anything about Kenzo’s designs, then you can expect mixed prints, bold colors and to-die-for sweatshirts.

This will most likely cause the same amount of mayhem as Balmain x H&M.


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Brittney Fennell

Brittney Fennell

Brittney is the Associate Editor of Jawbreaker and a writer who has goals to disrupt culture in ways unseen.