Kenzo Kids is a gorgeous Mini-Me collection from the famous Parisian House of Kenzo, perfect for baby, girls, and boys who love to wear the famous KENZO tiger design style. The Kenzo story began back in 1970 with the opening of the House of KENZO opened in 1970 in the Galerie Vivienne near the Palais Royal in Paris. Kenzo Takada is the brand’s founder and creator, who changed the face of fashion in the Seventies by bringing in a new freshness with colorful, happy, spontaneous, and artistic creations.
Kenzo Kids Spring Summer 2023
KENZO KIDS GIRLS EID RED ORANGE KOTORA TIGER SWEATSHIRT DRESS
Perfect for EID celebrations, this red-orange soft mid-weight cotton jersey sweatshirt dress features the distinctive yellow and black Kotora logo on the front and embroidered detailing.
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KENZO’s Art Director ANTONIO MARRAS creates a brand DNA that combines the cultures and flavors of all countries. KENZO Baby & Kids clothing follows this DNA by mixing moods and offering an escape from the basics of our daily lives while sharing a contemporary style that’s exciting and unique in the world.
While traveling the world in a new, different, and constantly surprising way with the Baby & Kids collections you’ll enjoy a marriage of contrasts: shimmering shades teamed with neutral tones, fine and woven fabrics in a patchwork mix, floral prints combined with graphic designs.
Season after season the Kenzo collection shares the route traveled by the brand’s founder and creator in the Seventies – Kenzo Takada. From Yokohama, Japan to Paris, France, each stop along the way is illustrated by the colors and prints and seen in the textures and designs. This special collection for baby, girls, and boys in designed in Pairs by the famous French fashion house and is inspired by the men’s and women’s collection featured on the runway at Paris Fashion Week.
You’re going to love the wonderful collection for baby, girls, and boys, season after season by one of the biggest fashion icons since the seventies – Kenzo Takada.