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The first look at the product of H&M and Japanese heavy-hitter Kenzo's collaboration are here—and it is fierce!

H&M released three photos from the new campaign Tuesday and they show three young tastemakers modeling a selection of delightful animal-print pieces from the collection.

In the above photo, collection ambassador Isamaya Ffrench, a London-based makeup artist, models an oversize leather jacket with pink faux Shearling lining, a matching tiger print jersey rollneck top and high-waist leggings.

Below, New Yorkers Amy Sall (a student and activist) and Juliana Huxtable (an artist, poet) both wear fluorescent tiger print jersey rollneck tops and matching high waisted leggings along with long black leather gloves with pink logo rubber print and jacquard knitted tiger-sock shaft boots.

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Paris-based performance artist Oko Ebombo demos the menswear portion of the collection (below) in a parka with a removable collar, block color tiger-print jeans and padded flip-flops with tabi socks. Ebombo also wears the line's tiger-printed cap with attached scarf, a printed woven scarf and the tiger-printed cross-body bag.

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The collection will be available in more than 250 selected H&M stores worldwide, as well as online, starting Nov. 3.