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.’
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