H&M Goes Wild With A Children’s Collection By Illustrator Katie Scott

BY Maysa Rawi / Mar 5 2017 / 14:30 PM

The animal print capsule range will go on sale this month

H&M Goes Wild With A Children’s Collection By Illustrator Katie Scott
H&M Goes Wild With A Children’s Collection By Illustrator Katie Scott
H&M Goes Wild With A Children’s Collection By Illustrator Katie Scott
H&M Goes Wild With A Children’s Collection By Illustrator Katie Scott
H&M Goes Wild With A Children’s Collection By Illustrator Katie Scott
H&M Goes Wild With A Children’s Collection By Illustrator Katie Scott
H&M Goes Wild With A Children’s Collection By Illustrator Katie Scott
H&M Goes Wild With A Children’s Collection By Illustrator Katie Scott

H&M have found an ingenious way of getting your little ones excited about science – through a fashion range featuring animal prints by renowned biology illustrator Katie Scott. The 14-piece capsule collection, launching this month, includes embellished dresses, leggings and t-shirts so chic, you’ll want a wildlife-inspired womenswear collaboration to match. 

Scott has previously been commissioned by the likes of Nike, Converse, Phaidon and Urban Outfitters, and the artist’s intricate illustrations have appeared in a number of scientific and botanical publications and magazines. The Londoner has also designed book covers, wine bottle labels and even turned her hand to a range of wallpapers for luxury British interiors brand House of Hackney the whimsical flamingo prints would be perfect for a nursery or children’s room.  

A spokeswoman for H&M said: ‘We wanted to create this collaboration with Katie Scott because she has a unique ability to illustrate animals in a scientific and yet modern way. We are proud to present the very first collection of clothes with Katie Scott illustrations. It is an exciting collaboration with an amazing illustrator.’

This high street chain has made an illustrious name for itself with a series of sell-out collaborations with designers such as Balmain, Kenzo and Jimmy Choo. 

Previous H&M childrenswear partnerships include David Beckham, WWF and UNICEF.


The collection will be available in-store across the Middle East and online from March 23