The fashion house of Kenzo is not for everyone, but if you like bold prints and a signature structured look than this brand is for you.
Kenzo clothes are strong and brilliant with their use of color. The prints range from little palm trees to abstract stripes diagonally wiped across a frock.
Kenzo has a strong Japanese influence, taking the designs one step away from traditional feminine looks. The clothing is sharper and the colors are darker. Even the models promote a certain mature sophistication while retaining the youth of the brand. Kenzo has two signature logos: the lion and the eye. The lion is meant to represent their Asian influence and the eye shows just how cool they are.
Kenzo’s latest Fall/Winter 2014 collection incorporates the dramatic prints and edges of their particular style, while raising the look to a new height. Kenzo introduces even more concentrated colors, like fire engine reds, crimson and tropical yellows. Gold detail appears on leather jackets and dresses, as well as black fur on the sleeves and collars of oversized wool coats.
Kenzo, in the chilly months, is filled with the juxtaposition of tropical warmth and northern warmth, like when lime green meets velvet and satin in a most tasteful way.