Kenzo

Named for the company’s founder, Kenzo Takada, KENZO burst on the Parisian retail scene in 1964 with vibrant handmade clothing sold from a boutique called “Jungle Jap.” Over the following few decades, Takada cultivated his funky little label into a globally renowned lifestyle brand. Following his 2011 retirement, Opening Ceremony’s Carol Lim and Humberto Leon stepped in as creative directors, reinventing the house’s signature pop-art motifs—their work has included roaring tiger logo sweatshirts, eye ball print dresses, and hieroglyphic patterned trousers—for today’s street style-savvy shopper.
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