After getting a sneak peek this summer, we’ve been impatiently waiting for the Kenzo x H&M collaboration–and not just because the campaign featured a diverse lineup of models (Iman, Chance the Rapper and Chloë Sevigny) in animal prints and fuzzy outerwear. The fast-fashion powerhouse just released a full lookbook for the designer collection, and we have to say, it doesn’t disappoint. From graphic tees and boho florals to multicolor separates, these statement-making pieces are bound to move off racks quickly when they hit stores on November 3. Best of all, the casting included real women, like fashion editor Harriet Verney, photographer Youngjun Koo and musician Oko Ebombo, along with the regular mix of models. This collection really does have something for everyone.