Kenzo Takada is a free spirit. This Japanese-French designer has always played by his own rules, going to fashion school against his parents’ wishes and travelling by boat to Paris in the 60s. Adopting it as his new home, he proceeded to disrupt the codes of fashion. Looking back on his career, he shares the highs and lows that made him who he is.
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