The Prices of All the Kenzo x H&M Pieces Revealed!
We all knew the Kenzo x H&M fall 2016 collection wasn’t going to be cheap, but it is probably going to be more expensive than what we all expected. With the collection ready to hit the stores and H&M’s website on November 3rd, the prices of all the Kenzo x H&M capsule collection pieces have finally been revealed!
Of all the 113 Kenzo x H&M items, the most expensive one is a multicolored layered frock, which retails at $549. The cheapest are the gloves and the beanies ($13 and $24 accordingly), and not the flip-flops as many were assuming (they are available for purchase for $99).
Whether you are thinking of birthday/Christmas presents for your friends, or of a few pattern-heavy essentials to fill your wardrobe with, here are all the Kenzo x H&M collection’s price tags!
Let’s start off with the accessory line, as whenever it comes to an H&M capsule collection, the accessories are always the staples that fly off the shelves the quickest. Aside from the beanies, the Kenzo x H&M collection includes wallets, socks and bags aplenty, which all combine functionality with more fashionable patterns. While the wallets, which could also be regarded as the least patterned ones, retail at $60, the shoulder bags, handbags, backpacks and totes retail between $80 and $249.
The quirkiest socks of the season are going to be available for purchase for $30, and we bet they will sell out in the blink of an eye, too. Other accessories include scarves, sunglasses and rubber ankle boots, with their price tags ranging from circa $50 to $349 (for the boots).
For what concerns the jackets, this Kenzo x H&M collection is particularly variegated too. Both the women’s and men’s lines feature an abounding amount of different styles and patterns, which range from bomber jackets with minimalist patterns, to coats completely covered with animal prints. The puffer and bomber jackets are priced between $349 and $399 accordingly, while the faux furry hoodies retail at $99.
Loungewear-inspired tracksuits and animal printed trousers are priced at $129 and $99 respectively, with the latter probably being the most convenient in terms of price-quality.
The Kenzo x H&M fancy boxer t-shirts retail, on the other hand, between $35 and $50, and include both heavy-patterned and more minimalist ones. As for the latter, we bet they will particularly appeal to those who love Kenzo creative director Carol Lim and Humberto Leon’s utilitarian minimalism, namely the style they often draw inspiration from for their Opening Ceremony lineups.
Last but not least, here we are touching the collection’s sorest spot: the dresses. Haute couture-esque, layered and edgy, the Kenzo x H&M dresses undeniably are the collection’s main protagonists. Aside from the $549 layered frock, the lineup’s remaining dresses are available for purchase at circa $200, which makes them slightly more affordable. If you are looking for a standout outfit but don’t fancy the dresses, then, you can always opt for the layered, printed skirts, which retail at $179.
Available in 250 selected H&M stores worldwide, the Kenzo x H&M collection is going to be purchasable online too at hm.com.
Photos courtesy of H&M