The Kenzo Spring/Summer 2015 collection was unveiled at the Pont Alexandre III during Paris Fashion Week. This season, the popular label payed homage to the French capital and showcased the city's iconic Eiffel tower imagery on their latest designs.
The luxe brand presented their fans with a line of boyish menswear pieces that were designed to bear all types of weather.
Models took to the runway stage in polka-dot printed trench coats, nautical-inspired windbreakers and shorts and tee ensembles that set a fresh and youthful tone for summer.
Embracing French iconography, the Kenzo Spring/Summer 2015 collection featured Eiffel tower imagery and black and white stripe motifs that reminded one of the city's mime performers. Furthermore, the collection featured sculptural accessory pieces that were evocative of a modern art aesthetic.
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