Fresh off its highly anticipated Kenzo collaboration, Swedish retailer H&M continues to wow us with its latest campaign, a short film starring Adrien Brody. Before you scratch your head in confusion, we should add that the film for the brand's holiday collection was directed by famed American filmmaker Wes Anderson.
At nearly four minutes long, "Come Together" takes place on a train and stars Brody as the conductor. While the short film's locomotive theme and lead actor might bring to mind Anderson's Darjeeling Limited, the stylish train riders have us dreaming of cozy, holiday-worthy knits and metallics. Dressed to the nines, all those on board the H&M Lines Winter Express are forced to celebrate Christmas on the train due to a blizzard delay. Brody and the train's staff ensure guests are treated to a festive brunch, complete with paper-crafted décor and hot cocoa, all set to the tune of John Lennon's "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)."
Keep scrolling to check out the full Wes Anderson–directed film for H&M.