Pop Queen Namie Amuro Ending Career in Style
After the successful collaboration in April, H&M is launching another campaign with Namie Amuro. Right before her career retirement.
Last year, Amuro dropped the news: after 25 years in the music business, she would be retiring in September 2018. One of the most prominent figures on the J-pop scene, Namuro sold more albums in Japan than American pop icons like Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Kesha in the U.S. combined. It’s understandable, why the news hit her fans.
The last collaboration before her career retirement will be her second campaign with H&M. The capsule collection will be launched online and in more than 600 stores in Asia starting August 21st.