This past May, H&M announced its latest designer collaboration with French luxury brand Kenzo. It turns out, the surprises aren't done. It was previously revealed that Chance the Rapper would be one of the faces of the campaign for the H&M x Kenzo line, and now we finally have our first look.
Kenzo, known for its bold prints and designs, was founded by Kenzo Takada in 1970. In 2011, Opening Ceremony co-founders Carol Lim and Humberto Leon were appointed creative directors.
The new ad was photographed by Jean-Paul Goude, the same photographer who shot Kim Kardashian's Internet-breaking Paper cover, and also features supermodel Iman and Vietnamese rapper Suboi. Accompanying the photos are three films by Swedish director Max Vitali featuring interviews with all three campaign ambassadors. In Chance's interview, he talks about his love for film and screenwriting and how that influences his music.
Campaign images of Rosario Dawson, Japanese musician/composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, Chloë Sevigny, and climate activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez will also be revealed on hm.com on Oct. 17. The Kenzo x H&M collection will be available in November.