Kenzō Takada was a Japanese fashion designer living in France. He founded Kenzo, a worldwide brand of perfumes, skincare products, and clothes, and was the honorary president of the Asian Couture Federation.
|Native name:||高田 賢三|
|Born:||February 27, 1939, Himeji, Hyōgo, Japan|
|Died:||October 04, 2020, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France|
|Alma mater:||Bunka Fashion College|
|Occupation:||Fashion designer, film director|
|Known for:||Founder of Kenzo|
|Partner(s):||Xavier de Castella|
|Awards:||Ordre des Arts et des Lettres|
|IMDb:||Kenzō Takada's IMDb|
About Kenzo Takada
Best known as the founder of the famous Kenzo fashion house, this Japanese-born clothing designer also worked in the perfume and skin care industries.
Kenzo Takada Before Fame
He opened his first boutique, Jungle Jap, in 1970 and subsequently displayed his fashion collection in both Tokyo and New York.
Achievement of Kenzo Takada
After briefly studying at the Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, he trained at the Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo, Japan.
Kenzo Takada Family Life
He and his sisters grew up in Japan's Hyogo Prefecture.
Associations of Kenzo Takada
He and fellow Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto, born just four years apart, both had successful careers in the fashion industry.
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