Kenzo x H&M is ferocious.
Fresh off the success of its last high fashion collaboration with Balmain, H&M is ready to take your money again with the help of Kenzo's creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, who never met an animal print they didn't like and subsequently OD'd on.
The first images from the collection, photographed by Oliver Hadlee Pearch, are serving you tiger print on tiger print, paired with some rather sensibly chic coats—one leather with faux pink shearling and the other an army green parka that's already calling out for your closet.
Isamaya Ffrench, a London-based make-up artist and member of the performance group Theo Adams Company models the former, along with a tiger print top and matching high-waisted leggings that we're not mad at.
Paris-based musician and performance artist Oko Ebombo models the latter with tiger print jeans, while actually pulling off the socks and flip-flops look. Quelle surprise.
New Yorkers Amy Sall—a student, activist and founder of SUNU: Journal of African Affairs, Critical Thought + Aesthetics—and trans artist, poet and DJ Juliana Huxtable do Grace Jones justice, getting up close and personal in tiger print tops, leggings and boots.
The Kenzo x H&M collection goes online and hits over 250 H&M stores worldwide on November 3.
[h/t] Harper's Bazaar