Men's Paris Fashion Week: Kenzo Fall/Winter '16

Men's Paris Fashion Week: Kenzo Fall/Winter '16

Self expression

Text: Chloe Allan

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Kenzo makes a powerful statement with bold graphic prints in a collection tribute to the peace of Paris at their Fall '16 show...

To the stunning sound of a choir version of Janet Jackson's "Rythmn Nation", Kenzo's Fall '16 menswear show paid tribute to Paris, demonstrating how music is a power that brings people together. 

The brand's famous Japanese inspired prints were present in the sixties inspired suits, flared and retro-pretty pieces and casual-luxe graphic twin sets. Outerwear made colourful statements along with the strongest statement of all, the peace sign chokers that were placed around the models necks. Humberto Leon said that the collection is "all about self-expression. There's no time to be shy about who you are." 

View the Kenzo Fall '16 menswear collection here...

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