The line, a tribute to the Italian house's debut of Kenzo Jeans in 1986, features the pop icon in throwback crop tops and colorful bikinis, her otherworldly set of toned abs and flawless skin on full display.
It appears Kenzo's designers, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, did just that, by selecting Peter Lindbergh to shoot the campaign and giving Spears some creative input on the final product. The 36-year-old took to social media today (March 20), to confirm the new collaboration.
According to TMZ, K-Fed called Britney's dad, Jamie Spears, and said he's in a financial bind and wants to talk about raising his child support.
Spears also shows off her well-rehearsed runway walk in the campaign video and revives some of her best '90s dance moves. On Instagram, Kenzo dubbed Britney the "quintessential queen of denim" presumably due to her headline making denim look from nearly 18-year ago.
More than a decade after her infamous meltdown, the iconic pop star has been working hard on her career and has recently announced a world tour, which she will embark on in July.
But now we've seen the images of Brit looking regulation smokin' in a range of Kenzo kit, including some sweet quadruple denim heaven and the brand's famous sweaters.
Spears spoke about her latest gig as a spokesmodel for the brand and talked to Vogue about the collection and the photoshoot. The "weird" part for her was shooting the denim look on a street instead of a "studio or a small space" like she's used to.
A leaf-printed outfit is one more look Britney models for the Kenzo campaign. Although the performer is used to wearing an array of revealing costumes on-stage, she said it "felt odd" wearing "really promiscuous clothes" out in the open.
"It's tricky because as a mother, you don't take as much risk with your style", she continues. She could have been the fashion of thousands of them, but she hasn't.