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Kenzo x H&M: High-end Fashion made Affortable

Back in May H&M announced that Carol Lim and Humberto Leon from Kenzo are the latest designers to bring their work to the masses via collaborations with H&M.

 

Good news – while Kenzo is a high-end fashionwear brand, with the latest collaboration there might be something for everyone. So starting from November, shoppers will be able to get a piece of the action for way less, and Kenzo x H&M collection will hit stores on Thursday, November 3.

The Kenzo x H&M lookbook stars a global cast – DJ Juliana Huxtable, photographer Youngjun Koo and activit writer Amy Sall. The newest collection, which is described as “colorful comfort fashion” will celebrate where Kenzo Takada began and where the fashion world has taken the brand to.

Spoiler: it’s been worth the wait. The collection, which was designed by Kenzo’s creative directors Humberto Leon and Carol Lim is as bold, colorful and bright as you’d expect, featuring animal prints, oversized style and, obviously, tiger logos, which has become Kenzo’s trademark.

Make a note of your favorites by browsing below.

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Kenzo x H&M Sweatshirt

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Available from 3 November in selected H&M shops and at hm.com.

H&M To Launch Organic Cosmetics Line

Swedish multinational retail-clothing company Hennes & Mauritz, better known as H&M, is launching a new organic cosmetics line. The manufacturer is already producing and selling a number of cosmetics items, however this time the company is preparing to launch eco-friendly line of organic cosmetics, called ‘Conscious’.
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The new product line is expected to include a total of 30 items. The collection will present a new type of make up products, such as lip balms, facial masks, retreat masks as well as body and hair products, such as body oils, shower gels, hair shampoos and more. Product range is EcoCert-certified and packaging will be made out of recycled materials. The French certification body requires the use of substantial amounts of natural and organic ingredients, environmentally-friendly processes, and prohibits the use of many synthetic ingredients. H&M has said that products from the Conscious Beauty line will be silicone-, GMO-, paraben- and synthechic fragrance-free. Product prices will range from 4.5 eur to 10 eur.

The new organic cosmetics line is expected to reach the stores by the end of February.