H&M Is Collaborating With Kangol and British Singer Mabel
H&M announced a new collection with streetwear icon Kangol, in collaboration with BRIT Award winner Mabel. (She snagged the award for best British female solo artist in 2020.) If you don’t remember, Kangol was an iconic ’90s English streetwear brand known for its kangaroo logo and its bucket hat. The 31-piece collection is inspired by Mabel’s style and features both classic and new Kangol pieces including two codesigned pieces by the singer herself.
“I am so excited about this collaboration with Kangol and H&M! Streetwear is in my blood and Kangol is such a legendary brand. It’s amazing to collaborate with Kangol and H&M, and to share my creativity and my style with a new generation,” Mabel said in a press release. Mabel and her crew also appear in the campaign images.
The collection features everything from hooded puffer jackets to slouchy cardigans and sweaters knitted with the Kangol branding and logo. There are also a bunch of cool oversize logo Ts and a long-sleeved midi dress. Mabel cocreated two pieces in the collection: a streetwear take on the slip dress and a Kangol-branded pair of joggers. As for accessories, the iconic Kangol bucket hat makes a comeback, as well as beanies and an array of bags.
Keep reading to see the campaign, and shop the collection, which will drop on Sept. 17 on hm.com, as well as in select H&M stores.