November 3 is months away, but we suggest you mark your calendars for we predict long waiting lines in front of H&M stores. Again. To shake us awake from a mid-week stupor, post Victoria Day, the fast fashion retailer announced it’s latest collaboration: Kenzo! The French design house helmed by Carol Lim and Humberto Leon since 2011, known for its staple of kitschy bold prints with a sleek and modern silhouette. Kenzo’s line of tees, accessories and footwear is already a favourite among A-listers and the who’s who of the style world. With this collaboration, Kenzo follows in the footsteps of Balmain, Lanvin, Isabel Marant, Karl Lagerfeld and Vercase. Each time the collaborations have introduced a new dynamic and feel to the fast fashion giant's stores, including line ups. The line is set for launch in the first week of November, available across 250 H&M stores globally and online. The collection will include men and women’s wear as well as accessories. While there no other details were part of this announcement this morning, we can count on prices that will not burn a hole in your monthly budget and styles that promise to be fashion forward. Read more details about the designer duo and their plans for working on the collaboration with H&M here.   Photo courtesy of H&M.

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