The Coolest Celebs Are Starring In The Kenzo X H&M Campaign

There are actresses and activists


H&M has released the first campaign images for its upcoming Kenzo X H&M collaboration and boy, has it gotten us hyped for the launch of the collection. 

The campaign spotlights an eclectic mix of personalities from fashion, music, arts and activism including iconic supermodel Iman, Chance The Rapper, Vietnamese rapper Suboi, actresses Rosario Dawson and Chloë Sevigny, celebrated Japanese musician Ryuichi Sakamoto and environmental activist and hip-hop artist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez. 

They may not be your Kendall and Kylie Jenners, but these stars pack character — which is everything the Kenzo X H&M collaboration is about.

Kenzo X H&M campaign featuring Iman

Created by renowned graphic artist and photographer Jean-Paul Goude, the first three campaign images released feature Iman, Chance and Suboi, and have been treated to look spliced and reassembled, a reflection of Goude’s signature handmade cut-up style. Also, from what we gather from the campaign, the collection is distinctively Kenzo with its riot of colours and print. 

Kenzo X H&M campaign featuring Chance

Kenzo X H&M campaign featuring Suboi

Want to find out more about the campaign stars? Watch the films below by Swedish director Max Vitali where Iman shares her personal story as a refugee, Chance reveals his secret passion and Sugoi talks about never conforming to the norm.

The full Kenzo X H&M campaign will debut from 17 October while the collection will drop at H&M Orchard Building and Ion Orchard on 3 November. In the meantime, we’re going to get ourselves ready to queue and grab.

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