The Japanese fashion designer Kenzō Takada came to Paris in 1965, worked for various fashion manufacturers. Kenzō Takada founded his…Read on
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The Japanese fashion designer Kenzō Takada came to Paris in 1965, worked for various fashion manufacturers.
Kenzō Takada founded his own fashion company in 1970 together with his business partner Gilles Raysse and Japanese friends. Raysse was the head of the Franco-Japanese company and served as managing director of Takada’s company.
Takada’s colorful and cheerful fashion in unconventional color and pattern combinations, often decorated with floral motifs, always combined – often inspired by private travel – ‘Asian influences with European chic’. In 1983, Takada expanded into menswear. The clothing portfolio was also expanded to include the secondary lines Kenzo Studio, Kenzo Jungle and Kenzo Jeans as well as children’s fashion.
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