The five-foot-one star of "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" said fashion is embracing androgyny, but short people are still left out.
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She showed off the shirt featuring her famous catch phrase on her Instagram account.
His film for the brand will debut during New York Fashion Week.
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Britney Spears is officially making a fashion comeback as the face of Kenzo's latest launch, and its denim-centric collection is leaving fans supernostalgic.
This is the first time the pop star has worked with a European luxury fashion house.
The track, “Yo! My Saint,” will be released across more than 50 streaming services, with a limited-edition vinyl available in Kenzo stores.
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Men’s Fashion Week has officially kicked off in Paris! French luxury fashion house Kenzo decided to shake things up a bit by sending a few ladies down the runway in graphic white eyeliner, confirming that wearing white after Labor Day is OK.
After going viral with their Spike Jonze directed perfume ad featuring Leftovers actress Margaret Qualley and putting the fun back in fashion week by busting a move on the runway in celebration of their H&M collaboration collection, the French luxury brand Kenzo are starting to make quite a reputation for themselves for bringing the funk to everything they do. In the seven minute short film, titled “Club Ark Eternal” and directed by Partel Oliva, dancers of various ethnicities clad in Kenzo’s multicolored streetwear-inspired Spring/Summer and Resort 2017 collections perform in dimly lit industrial spaces intercut by scenes of forest and urban life in and around Los Angeles. Which also explains why instead of going the traditional supermodel route or casting any number of young, It girl actors and actresses, the brand chose instead to cast a long list of unknown dancers and choreographers, proving once again that Kenzo’s take on traditional campaigns is just as fresh as their sense of fashion.
We headed to H&M's Times Square location to scope out the scene at the store launch of Kenzo x H&M. Here's what one girl in line had to say about it.
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H&M’s high-end designer collaborations just keep getting better and better. Following its affordable line with Balmain, the Swedish brand has teamed up with Carol Lim and Humberto Leon of the fun, colorful, and print-heavy Kenzo for its latest venture. And while the retailer might be better known for its fast fashion than its elaborate runway shows, H&M might’ve thrown one of the most exciting events of all time. Dancers, beatboxers and a string quartet… oh my! ???????????????? #KENZOxHM A video posted by H&M (@hm) on Oct 19, 2016 at 11:03pm PDT
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H&M just revealed the lookbook for its latest designer collaboration, with Paris-based luxury brand Kenzo, and it’s probably the wildest one yet.
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Over the past decade, H&M has become known for its designer collaborations. There was the Karl Lagerfeld partnership and the Alexander Wang one, and who could forget the Balmain capsule collection that launched with Kendall Jenner’s fine modelling skills last year? But this season, it’s all about the Kenzo range. The fresh new collaboration will hit stores in early November, but as of today you can formulate your shopping list as the lookbook has finally landed
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Fall is in the air, but in the fashion world we’re already seeing signs of the seasons changing. And, with that, the new must-have shoes, bags, jackets and so forth are being advertised in splashy campaigns, usually featuring a famous celebrity, making those items even more desirable. Here, the best campaigns so far. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
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Have you ever seen someone so possessed by the scent of a perfume that laser beams shoot out of their fingertips? Me neither.
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What do you get when you add together Spike Jonze, Jill Garvey from HBO’s “The Leftovers,” Sia’s choregrapher, and multiply it by Sam Spiegel and Ape Drums (featuring Assassin)? One of the more thrilling perfume commercials in recent memory. Yes, Jonze’s latest directorial effort is technically an ad for Kenzo perfume, but the three-minute “ad” is more music video than anything else, with just one mention of the product ostensibly being hawked, right at the very end. Also Read: Is Scarlett Johansson's A.I. Character in Spike Jonze's 'Her' Based on Karen O?
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H&M’s collaboration with Balmain is a tough act to follow. Thanks to Olivier Rousteing’s popularity and the help of a few Kardashians, Jenners, and Hadids, the line was one of the most successful partnerships the Swedish fast fashion brand ever entered into. But H&M just offered its first look at its forthcoming collection with Kenzo and chances are it’s going to be just as great. Kenzo’s current creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon consistently experiment with patterns and textures so it comes as no surprise that the more affordable products would feature the same signature elements.
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Creative advisor at H&M Ann-Sofie Johansson with Carol Lim and Humberto Leon. "We can’t wait to share with everyone the world of KENZO x H&M, with all of its creativity, fun and love of fashion,“ Johansson said. (Photo: Courtesy of H&M) STOCKHOLM (Reuters) — Sweden’s Hennes & Mauritz said on Wednesday its next designer collaboration would be with French upmarket fashion house Kenzo, which would create women’s and men’s collections as well as accessories for the budget apparel giant. It’s official!
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This trend of wearing a shirt under a dress has been gaining momentum lately and has been spotted on the runway at Kenzo and Jacquemus shows and Kendall Jenner.
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Step into the fashion jungle.
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At first glance, Kenzo’s spring 2016 ad campaign featuring the Australian model and actress Abbey Lee looks like a pretty straightforward way to draw attention to the label’s latest Mediterranean-inspired collection. Fittingly, it will be shown before feature films in select theaters across France later this month.
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Kenzo has revealed its resort 2016 collection.
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Fashion Week is ostensibly about the clothes, but let’s be real—come next season you’ll be splurging on the shoes and the bags.
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Zendaya Coleman, the outspoken Disney star who slays with her fashion-forward sense of style, ever-changing wigs, and amazing words, is at Paris Fashion Week and her presence isn’t just a breath of fresh air, it’s the missing piece, the thing you didn’t even know you needed until it made its spectacular grand entrance. The Kardashian-Jenners are overexposed (the Hadid sisters as well), Rihanna is cool but also cool, and Elizabeth Olsen is beautiful and has sisters who make amazing clothes but — let’s be honest — kind of boring. Then comes Zendaya, walking through Charles de Gaulle in athleisure, appearing like a beacon of hope. She dresses in outfits many wouldn’t dare try, cozies up to the kooky Vivienne Westwood and even wears her equally out-there designs, changes her hair from cornrows to a pixie to a topknot based on her mood, and doesn’t hold back from saying what’s on her mind.
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Kenzo has the feeling of relatively new fashion house, but did you know it actually was founded way back in 1970? Adored by cool girls from Beyonce and Rita Ora to Mindy Kaling and Jessica Alba, the brand’s bold designs have taken street style by storm in recent years (I’ll confess I staked out the Opening Ceremony boutique in New York till I got my hands on a green tiger sweatshirt back in 2012) and just slayed its Spring 2016 collection on the Paris runways this past weekend. Using Asian ingredients like white lotus, ginger glower, and rice steam, Kenzoki has a more natural approach to skin care with a focus on radiance-boosting products.