The Kenzo Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Displays an Organic Feel

By: Paul Maccarone - Published: Jul 7, 2013 • References: thesartorialist
While the global ecological agenda continues to courageously push forward, it’s interesting to see an organic feel cast to the Kenzo Spring/Summer 2014 collection. At Paris men’s fashion week, designer Kenzo Takada brings to life a collection that displays a relationship to both urban and biotic roots.

It’s not unheard of for runway shows to have elaborate staging, in fact it’s the norm; what sets this show apart from others is its simplistic yet unique background. Set to a stage almost entirely made of wood, it creates a captivating contrast with the wildly patterned and stark monochromatic pieces. The fashion world continues to evolve and at its forefront is the drive to be inspired by the ever-changing global landscape. The Kenzo Spring/Summer 2014 collection was definitely one of the highlights of a very successful Paris men’s fashion week. Stats for Organically Staged Fashion Shows Trending: Older & Mild
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